Consultation has recently closed on a revised draft of Historic England’s document ‘Conservation Principles Policies and Guidance’, which seeks to foster consistent and transparent decision-making in the historic environment. First published in 2008, the revised draft better aligns itself with national planning policy which is a positive step forward and welcomed. The revision however omits more detailed guidance on how to approach and manage change to our shared heritage resource, considered to provide a useful framework for heritage practitioners and decision-makers across the sector.
Read our response to the draft publication here:
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