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EH's historic review

English Heritage is set to unveil what it trailed this week as a 'hardhitting'series of proposals for the future of the historic environment, which may include an entreaty to government to cut planning red tape. The conservation agency was commissioned to lead the 'Historic Environment Review' by the government earlier this year. It will report on 14 December, when EHchairman Sir Neil Cossons hands over the proposals to culture minister Alan Howarth and housing, planning and construction ...

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