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Find out if a property is listed

Coronavirus: Planning

The Planning and Local Land Charges department are currently working off site. The preferred method of contact is via email at dcsupport@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk.

The Council has issued more information on those businesses which must close. For businesses that wish to amend their service so that they can continue to trade, for example a restaurant may wish to offer takeaway or food delivery, they will need to email planning to let us know their intentions and ensure that they comply with their premises licence conditions.

Other ESBC services affected by Coronavirus

You can find out whether your property is a listed building by using our online mapping tool. Once you have found the correct area on the map you will need to switch on the ‘listed building’ planning layer.

Alternatively you can access the Heritage Gateway website or search the National List for England database

Alternatively you can e-mail dcsupport@eaststaffsbc.gov.uk or you can call us on (01283) 508606 and we will advise you.