What if my building is located in a Local Historic District?

If a building is located in a Local Historic District, regulations and guidelines for work in local historic districts take precedence for review of any changes to structures. In almost all cases, the Commission does not approve demolition of buildings in local historic districts.

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1. What buildings in Brookline are subject to review for demolition delay?
2. What qualifies a project as partial demolition?
3. Who reviews a building for its historical and architectural significance?
4. What happens when a building is assigned an initial determination of significance?
5. How do I know if a National or State Register listed building requires demolition review?
6. What if my building is located in a Local Historic District?