Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-320j-2 - Determinations of historic property status

Current through March 4, 2022

Before the officer may certify the proposed rehabilitation work under section 10-320j-5, a building and any associated outbuilding shall be determined to be an historic property through the following processes:

(a) The owner shall submit a Part 1 application for a written determination by the officer of historic property status. The owner shall provide interior and exterior photographs as required to enable the officer to evaluate whether the building and any associated outbuilding qualify as an historic property.
(b) The officer shall review a complete Part 1 application not more than thirty calendar days after receipt. If the application is incomplete, the officer shall notify the owner in writing not more than thirty calendar days after receipt and indicate what information is needed to make the application complete. The owner shall have thirty calendar days after the date of notification by the officer to respond in writing. Upon written request by the owner on or before the original deadline, the officer shall grant an extension to the owner.
(c) Prior to any determination action, the officer may inspect the historic property to evaluate the historic character and significance of the historic property.
(d) If a building is individually listed on either the National Register of Historic Places or the State Register of Historic Places, and meets the definition of historic home under public act 99-173 sections 34(2)(A) and (B), the officer shall approve the Part 1 application.
(e) If a building is located in a registered historic district, the officer shall certify that the building contributes to the historic character of the district if it meets the criteria under section 10-320j-3. If the building meets the criteria under section 10-320j-3 and meets the definition of historic home under public act 99-173 sections 34(2)(A) and (B), the officer shall approve the Part 1 application.
(f) If the officer determines that the building (1) is not listed in a registered district, or (2) does not meet the criteria under 10-320j-3, or (3) does not meet the definition of historic home under public act 99-173 sections 34(2)(A) and (B), the building shall not qualify as an historic property. The officer shall deny approval of the Part 1 application.
(g) The officer shall determine any associated outbuilding is contributing if by its location, design, materials, workmanship, and historical function it adds to the historical significance of the historic home.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-320j-2
Adopted effective February 7, 2000

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