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The protection of heritage buildings looks set for a boost after arts minister Alan Haworth this week announced a government review of listing policy. The review will consider speeding up the listed building procedure and conservation area consent as well as questioning the current balance between heritage and new developments. It will also ask what role there is for English Heritage in relation to new architecture, following the establishment of the Commission for Architecture and ...

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