Heritage planning: What happens if alterations are made without consent?

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Carrying out any unauthorised work to a listed building is a criminal offence. It could lead to a fine or even a prison sentence, and there is likely to be a requirement to return the building back to its original condition, or as close to it as possible. ...

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