What does the Local Development Order do?
The Coalville Conservation Area Local Development Order facilitates the improvement of identified property frontages in the conservation area. It allows for frontage improvement works without the need for planning permission, subject to the conditions of the Order.
Other requirements and permissions may still apply
Other work not covered by the Order may still need certain permissions, so please do check with us first.
Although planning permission will not be needed for work covered by the Order, you may still need to comply with other permissions such as advertisement consent, building regulations and licensing requirements.
We strongly advise you to contact our Planning and Development Team, Building Control Team and Licensing Team, who will be happy to help you.
The Local Development Order, the Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Design Guide and the Statement of Reasons can be viewed by opening the links to the related documents below.
The Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Design Guide, sets out information relating to the design requirements for identified shop fronts in the centre of Coalville.
The current Order will continue to apply until 30 November 2024. The planning reference for the LDO is 19/02061/LDO.
- Coalville Conservation Area Local Development Order February 2020 (PDF Document, 0.7 Mb)
- Coalville Conservation Area LDO Statement of Reasons February 2020 (PDF Document, 0.53 Mb)
- Coalville Frontage Improvement Scheme Design Guide February 2020 (PDF Document, 1.51 Mb)
Last updated: Mon 15 June, 2020 @ 12:05