LPOC take their political campaign for listed building owners to Westminster

As owners of listed buildings we have all suffered some dreadful blows over the past few years, and at The Listed Property Owners’ Club, we hear daily of how these have affected us. Due to this, we wanted to create a voice in Parliament to represent owners and to fight our corner. 

The Political Campaign for Owners is an ongoing crusade by the Club to help owners of listed buildings and draw attention to the issues surrounding listed property ownership. At the heart of our campaign is our work to engage with Westminster and to lobby the government for the reduction of VAT to 5% on repairs and approved alterations to listed buildings and the simplification of the planning process.

At the end of 2016 we celebrated a major milestone when the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Listed Properties the Club has worked so hard to establish was officially recognised. We continue to actively seek support from policy makers and push to increase support for the APPG.

“I am delighted that the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) is working with LPOC in campaigning for vital reforms that will help listed property owners. The APPG on Listed Properties has already won strong support from across all parties and it will provide a powerful voice in Parliament, raising the challenges listed property owners face and pressing for necessary reforms.”



Discover more about the APPG on Listed Properties and how it provides a voice in parliament for listed property owners.


You can make a difference by taking a small step to help to give listed property owners the strong representative voice it has been lacking, and support our long term campaign.


The Forums allow listed property owners the chance to discuss their suggestions or concerns surrounding listed property ownership with their local MP.


Click here to find out more on the latest news and updates for LPOC’s political campaign for owners.


The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Listed Properties was created to provide a voice in parliament, and to ensure parliamentarians have proper and correct information on the issues and problems surrounding listed property ownership. 

We have created a helpful booklet to explain a little more about the APPG, the work it will be doing, how it can help you as an owner and how you can support the ongoing campaign. Click here to download A Guide to the APPG on Listed Properties or contact the Club on 01795 844939 to request a free printed copy. 


What our campaign needs most to sustain the pressure on Westminster is help from owners. You can make a difference by taking a small step to help to give listed property owners the strong representative voice it has been lacking, and support our long-term campaign.

  • Write to your MP highlighting the difficulties you face as a listed property owner and details of our campaign. To find out how many listed properties are in your constituency please click here and include this information in your letter. We are pleased to supply a pre-written template letter for you to send which you can access by clicking here
  • Consider moving your insurance to The Listed Property Owners’ Club providers who will pass a fee back to us which funds the above campaign. To find out more call the Club on 01795 844939 and we will pass you onto a member of the insurance team or click here to visit our insurance page.


 The Regional Forums allow listed property owners the chance to discuss their suggestions or concerns surrounding listed property ownership with their local MP. There will also be experts from LPOC on hand for advice plus a selection of specialist suppliers. These events are part of our Political Campaign for Owners.

To find out where and when the Forums are taking place click here or call the Club on 01795 844939


MP’s & PeersConstituencyParty
Craig Macklinlay MP (Chair)South ThanetCon
Sir David Amess MPSouthend WestCon
Sir Peter Bottomley MPWorthing WestCon
Andrew Rosindell MPRomfordCon
Peter Aldous MPWaveneyCon
John Penrose MPWeston-Super-MareCon
Helen Goodman MPBishop AucklandLab
Philip Davies MPShipleyCon
Oliver Colvile MPPlymouth, Sutton and DevonportCon
William Wragg MPHazel GroveCon
Cat Smith MPLancaster and FleetwoodLab
Bill Wiggin MPNorth HerefordshireCon
Karen Buck MPWestminster NorthLab
Christopher Chope MPChristchurchCon
Bernard Jenkin MPHarwich & North EssexCon
Rt Hon Frank Field MPBirkenheadLab
Caroline Nokes MPRomsey & Southampton NorthCon
Johny Mercer MPPlymouth Moor ViewCon
Edward Argar MPCharnwoodCon
Wendy Morton MPAldridge BrownhillsCon
Andrew Bridgen MPNorth West LeicestershireCon
Damian Collins MPFolkestone & HytheCon
Luke Hall MPThornbury & YateCon
Ruth Smeath MPStoke on Trent NorthLab
Steve Baker MPWycombeCon
Craig Whitaker MPCalder ValleyCon
Guto Bebb MPAberconwyCon
John Whittingdale MPMaldonCon
Rehman Chishti MPGillingham & RainhamCon
Stephen McPartland MPStevenageCon
Oliver Dowden MPHertsmereCon
Gareth Johnson MPDartfordCon
Andrew Murrison MPSouth West WiltshireCon
John Howell MPHenleyCon
Sheryl Murray MPSouth East CornwallCon
Kevin Hollinrake MPThirsk and MaltonCon
Rt Hon Sir Oliver Heald MPNorth East HertfordshireCon
Andrew Lewer MPNorthampton SouthCon
Robert Courts MPWitneyCon
Stephen Kerr MPStirlingCon
Geoffrey Cox QC MPTorridge & West DevonCon
Philip Dunne MPLudlowCon
Brendan O’Hara MPArgyll & ButeSNP
Nick Herbert MPArundel & South DownsCon
Neil Parish MPTiverton and HonitonCon
Lord TopeLib Dem
Lord LeighCon
Lord DearCon
Lord CrathorneCon
Lord LingfieldCon
Baroness Young of Old SconeLab
Rt Hon Lord TebbitCon