Planning and the Heritage: Policy and procedures

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 9, 2004 - Architecture - 189 pages
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This is a clear guide to heritage legislation in the UK. It is set out in plain, non-legal language and will guide the planner, developer, architect or conservationist through the legislation, explaining the policy and procedures which govern the protection of historic buildings as well as providing clear explanations of the issues involved, including listing, planning appeals and grants.

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Michael Ross is a native of Victoria, British Columbia. He served as a soldier in the Israel Defence Forces prior to being recruited as an undercover agent in the Mossad. While working for the Mossad, Ross was a "combatant," a term designating an agent working under non-official cover. He also operated as a case officer in Africa and Asia for three years, and was the Mossad's counterterrorism liaison officer to the CIA and FBI for two-and-a-half years. Ross is a published writer, with articles recently placed in both the "National Post" and the "Globe and Mail" on Middle Eastern affairs and terrorism. He lives in Victoria.
In writing this memoir, Ross is assisted by Jonathan Kay, a managing editor and op-ed columnist at Canada's "National Post" newspaper and regular contributor to the "New York Post" and "Commentary" magazine. He has won two National Newspaper Awards. Jonathan Kay lives in Toronto.

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