Scheduled Monument Consent / Consent Application

Coldingham Priory, claustral remains: Repairs following suspected vandalism (stones dislodged and broken).300021263

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Summary

Reinstatement of dislodged and broken stonework

Application Validated
16/08/2017
Target Date
10/10/2017
Status
Granted Without Conditions
Decision Date
13/09/2017

Related Designations

  1. Coldingham Priory, claustral remainsSM383

    Designation Type
    Scheduled Monument
    Status
    Designated

    https://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/SM383

Documents

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  • Type
    Application
    Title
    SMC application
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  • Type
    Supplementary Information
    Title
    Location Plan
    Download
  • Type
    Supplementary Information
    Title
    Site Plan and details of works
    Download
  • Type
    Supplementary Information
    Title
    Detail of works from contractor
    Download
  • Type
    Report on Handling
    Title
    REPORT ON HANDLING
    Download
  • Type
    Decision Notice
    Title
    SMC DECISION NOTICE
    Download

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About Consent Application

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