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denkmalphlege/protected buildings

Hi all,
We are in the process of getting planning permission for a project that involves a beautiful old building. Our intention is to renovate it and work with the protection people. However we were informed that is was only the facade of the building that was protected. Now they have objected to our application as we are movings some inner walls to create a granny flat for my wife's mother.
This is a major problem as she has helped us out financially and would move over as she gets older.

If any one has any tips or knows where to call I would appreciate it. My guess is they are over-stepping their boundaries but I am not sure.

We are in Interlaken/Bern.

Thank you,

d
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Hi all,
We are in the process of getting planning permission for a project that involves a beautiful old building. Our intention is to renovate it and work with the protection people. However we were informed that is was only the facade of the building that was protected. Now they have objected to our application as we are movings some inner walls to create a granny flat for my wife's mother.
This is a major problem as she has helped us out financially and would move over as she gets older.

If any one has any tips or knows where to call I would appreciate it. My guess is they are over-stepping their boundaries but I am not sure.

We are in Interlaken/Bern.

Thank you,

d
For Kanton Bern, it is all described here.

http://www.erz.be.ch/erz/de/index/ku...malpflege.html


Working together with the Denkmalpflege:

http://www.erz.be.ch/erz/de/index/ku...emerinnen.html


A few years ago, I did see a project description in the sales documentation for a farmhouse in our area. It was under "Denkmalschutz" and the requirements in their report about preserving the structure, including internal walls etc., were very comprehensive.

I guess your architect should be working together with the Denkmalpflege to define a project which is acceptable to everyone.
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