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Planning Sustainable Heritage
The traditional art of pargetting need not display oldyworldy motifs or emblems. It can reflect the interests of a traditional building’s current occupants. This bravura example from Colchester is on the exterior of a building which was once, in the recent past, a motorcycle showroom. […]
Take heed, local planning authorities have the right to prosecute building owners for failure to comply with listed building enforcement notice. In this case, the building owner was fined £400 and ordered to pay court costs, and also ordered to reverse and make good unauthorised works. Before any major alteration takes place, […]
It’s fine time we had some attention and focus on heritage here in Suffolk, so I’m particularly excited to learn of the announcement by UCS Heritage of a series of lectures and seminars to be put on in Ipswich, and conveniently next to my office! http://ucsheritage.wordpress.com/2013/10/02/ucs-heritage-research-seminars-autumn-term-2013/ It’ll be interesting to find out about the […]
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Nation Planning Policy Framework and Local Development
Regeneration of Historic Assets for Social Benefit
Assets of Community Value
Redundancy to Regeneration,Saved From Demolition
Nobody seems to know what real impacts the National Planning Policy Framework will have on heritage and the historic environment. The heated argument and opinion from both camps will resolve and continue beyond any emerging case law and set precedents (which will benefit and enrich lawyers and barristers). It seems that planners’ and heritage professionals’ […]
I thought that installing a woodburning stove in your timber framed, thatched cottage would’ve meant making a safer environment by enclosing naked flames within a box. Not so… alarming figures and published research has shown that conflagrations have increased significantly since the recent trend of installing wood stoves. During a day hosted by Suffolk Preservation […]