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English Heritage's Simon Thurley: 'Cultural vitality is essential to sustainable development'

The Green Rethink: Simon Thurley on how the rules of heritage need to be re-written

Thurley, , chief executive of English Heritage, also explains why the traditional view of sustainable development, with its ‘three-pillars’ of economic growth, social inclusion and environment balance, has been updated to include the fourth pillar of ‘cultural vitality’.

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