Can anyone provide advice? I have concerns that a house built in 1916 located on the high side of Sherwood in a character street may be either demolished or removed from this character area. There is no development application or any other record of planned building works on the BCC website. Repeated calls to council have been less than helpful, with the same Town Planner repeatedly stating the house was built in the 1950s. The 1946 photographic layer shows the house preexisting, but this was dismissed by the Town Planner as another property (which is incorrect). It has been explained to BCC that the existing house was built by the previous owner's family in 1916, but this is dismissed by council. The house was recently sold and the new owners have engaged builders whose sign if displayed. All the batterns are removed, the new front and back stairs also removed with the house now standing just on its stumps. My concern is that the house will either be demolished or removed which contravenes BCC policy for preWWII properties, but with council wrongly insisting the house is post WWII there is no one to stop the house being removed or able to question any activities to the property. Can anyone assist, as council appear unprepared to protect this pre WWII house which is in very good original condition and located in a street of character houses, on the high side.