Residential Property

Listed Buildings


Listed Buildings are buildings or structures that have been deemed to be of national importance or special architectural interest; they are all included on a register called the National Heritage List.

There are various ‘Grades’ of Listing all of which have differing levels of impact on what you can and cannot do to a property. The owner of a Listed Building is responsible for maintaining its character and for not making any unauthorised changes or alterations.  If changes are made without consent then legal action can be taken at any time against the owner (regardless of whether they made the changes or not) with potentially up to two years imprisonment and an unlimited fine in addition to the cost of bringing the property back to an approved condition.

Bolt Burdon’s experienced property team will guide you through the special considerations that need to be taken when buying a Listed Building, whether you are purchasing a local townhouse, an old commercial building for conversion or a country estate we will;

  • Tell you whether the property is listed (and if so what grade), locally listed or in a Conservation Area;
  • Provide you with the listing information;
  • Investigate  the history of any alterations that have been made to the property and whether the appropriate consent was granted;
  • Advice on what to do if it wasn’t!;
  • Notify you of any other special considerations specific to the property in question

We know that your home is your castle (and even if it quite literally is) our property specialists are on hand to help you complete that special purchase.

For more information on Listed Buildings or if you have any questions please contact the team by email, click here.

Our Residential Property Team

T: 020 7288 4719
Nicki Iliffe
I have worked for Bolt Burdon for over twenty years and I am a partner and became the C.O.O. (Chief Operating Officer) in 2017. Read More
T: 020 7288 4712
Sarah Davies
I am a Licensed Conveyancer and a Partner in Bolt Burdon. I head one of the residential conveyancing teams and have in excess of 10 years experience in residential conveyancing. Read More
T: 020 7288 4705
Sonal Ghelani
Having completed my law degree at the University of Hertfordshire and Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School, I worked in house for a lending institution for a couple of years dealing with mortgage repossession work before joining a firm in Harrow where I completed my training contract and qualified as a solicitor in July 2007. ShortIy thereafter I moved to a larger firm in Ealing where I dealt with all aspects of property work, which included residential conveyancing, commercial property, lease extensions and collective enfranchisement. I also dealt with private client work for the firm including obtaining probate, preparing Trust Deeds and General Powers of Attorney. Read More
Cathrine Williams
I am an Associate Solicitor in the Residential Property Department. Read More
T: 020 7288 4758
Amie Mackay
I am a senior solicitor in the Residential Property Department. Read More
T: 020 7288 4715
Krupa Shah
I am a senior solicitor in the Residential Property Department. Read More
T: 020 7288 4749
Sian Farrell
I am a Solicitor in the Residential Conveyancing team at Bolt Burdon. Read More
Malwina Konopinska
I am a senior paralegal in the Residential Property Department. Read More
T: 020 7288 4718
Cansu Iscan
I am a paralegal in the Residential Property team and assist with a wide range of conveyancing transactions. Read More
Marinelle Mawa
I started at Bolt Burdon as a Residential Property Paralegal in February 2018. I am currently studying the LPC part-time at BPP Law School and I am due to complete the course by May 2019. I have had great exposure to residential property and acquired valuable experience within a number of firms specialising in this field. I look forward to learning more at Bolt Burdon and developing my career. Read More
T: 020 7288 4776
Ana Botez
As a Paralegal in the Residential Property team, I can assist on a variety of conveyance transactions including purchases, sales, new build properties and re-mortgages. Read More
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