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Historic Room


Davitt Jones Bould specialists​



Legal issues that may arise


  • Protection of English heritage buildings and land; 

  • Planning controls 

  • Acquisition of heritage buildings and land by public authorities 

  • Consequences of carrying out works without consent 

  • Events and commercial contracts relating to heritage buildings and land.


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The latest Heritage Counts report, quoting the National Heritage List for England, states that England has 400,551 listed buildings.  The South West has the most with 97,558 listed buildings.  Historic England and their subsidiary charity English Heritage are responsible for their protection and restoration.

Examples of historically significant buildings and land that we have advised on: 


  • 10 Downing Street

  • House of Lords

  • Admiralty Arch

  • St James’s Park

  • Old Admiralty Building

  • Horse Guards Parade

  • Bomber Command Memorial

  • Hyde Park

  • The Mall

  • Sandringham Estate

  • Lancaster House

  • Kensington Palace and Gardens

  • Sanctuary Buildings

  • Chelsea College of Art and Design

  • Burlington House 

  • St Stephens Tavern

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