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Local List Process
A Local List is a way of capturing locally valued details, buildings and streetscapes that are not designated through national listing.
The information below is open source to be shared with anyone setting out to develop a Local List for their area. This is a description of ‘how to’ and all the necessary documents to achieve the whole process.
The Local List in Stroud came about because the Stroud Preservation Trust were central to the development of a Neighbourhood Development Plan for the centre of Stroud. The Local List policy in the Plan ensures the significance of the wealth of built detail in the town is both recorded and celebrated.
Volunteers researched nominations to the List and a selection panel agreed a final shortlist.
However, the process was backed by Stroud Town Council who hold the results. The District Council supported the development of the Local List with specialist advice.
To see Stroud Town Centre’s first Local List (we hope to do more) click https://stroudtown.gov.uk/information/local-heritage-asset-list-stroud-town/
INITIATING THE PROCESS
IDENTIFICATION OF THE LOCAL HERITAGE ASSETS WITH VOLUNTEERS
See Document 2: Information for volunteers: Stroud Town Centre Local Heritage Asset List
See Document 3: General information for public/owners/tenants
See Document 4: Safety Instructions for volunteers
See Document 5: Local List nomination form