Planning and the Heritage: Policy and procedures

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 9, 2004 - Architecture - 189 pages
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 an award-winning journalist. He writes, edits, and manages Back to the Bible's book publishing efforts and is a former editor of "Breakaway" magazine, published by Focus on the Family. He has authored and collaborated on more than 30 books, including "What Your Son Isn't Telling You". Michael and his family live in Lincoln, Nebraska.

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