The replacement of a historic window on an unlisted building within a conservation area is permitted and only requires planning permission where there is a material change to the appearance of the window. The replacement window may incorporate sealed double glazing units.
Planning permission will be required where reinstatement of the original window design for un-listed property in conservation areas is affected. The removal of historic decorative and stained glass for un-listed property in conservation areas will also require planning permission.

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consent is required for the installation of secondary glazing in all buildings which are listed. The complete replacement of a historic window in a listed building will also require Listed Building Consent. One should be aware that replacement is unlikely to be supported unless it can be demonstrated that the historic windows have deteriorated beyond practical repair.
Planning permission would only be required where there is a material change to the appearance of the window. Reinstatement of the original window design in a listed building will require both Listed Building Consent and Planning Permission, as it may require a material change to the existing window. The removal of historic decorative and stained glass in a listed building will require both Listed Building Consent and Planning Permission.
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