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ALGAO:England consultation responses

DCLG consultation on building more homes on brownfield land

ALGAO: England together with CIfA, have responded to the recent DCLG consultation on building more homes on brownfield land. While supporting the aim to build more homes on suitable brownfield land, CIfA and ALGAO: England pointed out that, by definition, previously-developed land has the potential to be of archaeological interest and any initiative to promote brownfield development must contain adequate safeguards to ensure that the significance of heritage assets is properly addressed and that such assets are adequately managed and protected.

Consultation on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance (DCLG)

Sangeeta Sofat
Review of Planning Practice Guidance
Department for Communities and Local Government
1/J1 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London SW1P 3JA.

11 February 2013

Dear Ms Sofat,

Consultation on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance – Response from ALGAO:England

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Review of Planning Practice Guidance led by Lord Taylor of Goss Moor.

Technical Consultation on Extending Permitted Development Rights for Homeowners and Businesses (DCLG)

Helen Marks
Permitted Development Rights - Consultation
Department for Communities and Local Government
Zone 1/J3 Eland House
Bressenden Place
London
SW1E 5DU

21st December 2012

Dear Ms Marks,

Technical Consultation on Extending Permitted Development Rights for Homeowners and Businesses

Thank you for the opportunity to comment upon this technical consultation.

Improving Listed Building Consent: August 2012. (DCMS)

The Heritage Team
Culture Directorate
Department for Culture, Media and Sport
2-4 Cockspur Street
London
SW1Y 5DH

Improving Listed Building Consent
Consultation Questions - Response of the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO)

Introduction
The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing Local Government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level.

Implementation of the Sustainable Drainage Systems provisions in Schedule 3. Flood and Water Management Act 2010. December 2011

Sustainable Drainage Systems Team
Defra
Area 2A
Ergon House
London, SW1P 2AL
Email: suds [at] defra [dot] gsi [dot] gov [dot] uk

A Response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers to the Consultation on the Implementation of the Sustainable Drainage Systems provisions in Schedule 3. Flood and Water Management Act 2010. December 2011.

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing Local Government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level.

Consultation on the Draft National Planning Policy Framework

A Response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers.

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing local government archaeology services. These provide advice to nearly all Local Planning Authorities in the country. ALGAO: England co-ordinates the views of its member authorities and presents them to government and to other national organisations.

English Heritage Consultation: Good Practice Guide for Local Listing

Date: 8 June 2011

English Heritage
Heritage Protection Reform Team
1 Waterhouse Square
138-142 Holburn
London
EC1N 2ST
locallisting [at] english-heritage [dot] org [dot] uk

Dear Sir,

English Heritage Consultation: Good Practice Guide for Local Listing

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO) is the national body representing local government archaeology services at County, District, Metropolitan, Unitary and National Park authority level.

Consultation on reducing the horticultural use of peat in England (Defra)

14 March 2011

Dear Sir/Madam

Consultation on reducing the horticultural use of peat in England

A response from the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers:England (ALGAO:England)

The Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers:England (ALGAO:England) is part of the over-arching ALGAO:UK. ALGAO:England is the national body representing local government historic environment services on behalf of County, District, Unitary and National Park authorities in England.

Consultation on a new Planning Policy Statement: Planning for a Natural and Healthy Environment (DCLG 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England/Planning & Legislation Committee

Questions and response form

Consultation on Eccelesiastical Exemption (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Order 2010 (DCMS 2010)

Submission from ALGAO:England

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to respond to this consultation. We note the limitations of the consultation in that the principle of he exemption is not under consideration, and that the proposed Order and Guidance only apply to England.

With regard to the latter, this response is from ALGAO (England) and not ALGAO (UK), although we would draw your attentions to the comments to Question 1 regarding the compatibility of processes across the UK.