No alternative for heritage chief as crippling cuts went unaided
Two weeks ago (AJ 17.2.05) we published a letter from Alasdair Glass at English Heritage (EH) correcting a statement that Simon Allford had made in his column about the date when recession of windows became mandatory. I'm sure Simon didn't mind - he is a practitioner not a historian. Aspiring to be a Renaissance man of contemporary architecture, with wide-ranging interests and expertise, he may know a lot about many things but is unlikely to know everything about any of them.
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