In summary, Hartpury is of architectural and historic significance: - As an important and exceptionally intact example of the development of the residential flat phenomenon; - as possibly the earliest complete example of the mediaevalising design, garden court development type; - as a good example of the luxury end of the market; - on account of its arts and crafts interiors incorporating as they do a number of labour-saving devices; - as an important example of the design of architect Arthur W Plaisted, a significant practitioner during the 1920s.
General Exemptions:General exemptions apply to all places and objects included in the Victorian Heritage Register (VHR). General exemptions have been designed to allow everyday activities, maintenance and changes to your property, which don’t harm its cultural heritage significance, to proceed without the need to obtain approvals under the Heritage Act 2017.Specific exemptions may also apply to your registered place or object. If applicable, these are listed below. Specific exemptions are tailored to the conservation and management needs of an individual registered place or object and set out works and activities that are exempt from the requirements of a permit. Specific exemptions prevail if they conflict with general exemptions. Find out more about heritage permit exemptions here.