Client: Royal Town Planning Institute
Produced for those involved in the Historic Environment. The document sets out the background to the development of the conservation movement and highlights the major issues with which planners are likely to be involved in their day to day work. Issues are not related simply to the processing of applications or preparation of planning policies, but deals with matters such as when specialist advice might be needed and opportunities to be proactive. It concludes with a summary of what should be included within a good practice strategy to enable a local authority to carry out its conservation responsibilities.