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GOVERNMENT PLANS LISTING RULES SHAKE-UP

DAILY NEWS

The government has revealed plans which would radically transform the criteria used to decide whether or not a building should be listed. On Monday culture minister David Lammy and ODPM minister Baroness Andrews unveiled the proposals, which they argue will clarify the methods used by English Heritage to decide listing cases. Both politicians insisted that the reforms - which are now open for public consultation - would neither increase nor decrease the number of buildings that find themselves on the list.

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