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See below for a list of ALGAO events over the coming 30 days.
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DEFRA announces new Environment Bill

Details and links to supporting documentation to be found in the link below. Unfortunately at first review there is a lack of reference to the historic environment despite a strong sector wide response to the very necessary need to include this. 

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-environment-protections-set-out-i...

Landscapes Review: Call for Evidence

The Government has asked for an independent review of England's National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).

CIfA & ALGAO Guidance on pre commencement condition changes

CIfA and ALGAO have produced a short guidance note for practitioners which reflects on the changes, which came into force on October 1st, that require planning authorities to seek prior agreement from developers for pre-commencement conditions.

Heritage and Economy 2018 released

The historic environment has a close connection to economic activity. A great many of our jobs and enterprises are dependent on, attracted to or based in historic buildings and spaces.

Heritage and the Economy 2018 summarises the findings from studies on heritage and economic activity, and also introduces new research: the Heritage Economic Estimate Indicators 2018. 

 

New Book: The Archaeology of Oxford in 20 Digs (A-Z)

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New book out on the Archaeology of Oxford by City archaeologist David Radford

HELM training NPPF Decoded: Archaeology - Birmingham

Historic England are organising training on ‘NPPF Decoded’ as part of the HELM programme. These workshops are to present the NPPF from the perspective of planners, so considering areas like policy, appeals, placemaking etc, and is aimed at DM/DC Archaeologists/Heritage Managers and other archaeological specialists who primarily work in the planning system.

HELM training NPPF Decoded: Archaeology - York

Historic England are organising training on ‘NPPF Decoded’ as part of the HELM programme. These workshops are to present the NPPF from the perspective of planners, so considering areas like policy, appeals, placemaking etc, and is aimed at DM/DC Archaeologists/Heritage Managers and other archaeological specialists who primarily work in the planning system.

HELM training NPPF Decoded: Archaeology - London

Historic England are organising training on ‘NPPF Decoded’ as part of the HELM programme. These workshops are to present the NPPF from the perspective of planners, so considering areas like policy, appeals, placemaking etc, and is aimed at DM/DC Archaeologists/Heritage Managers and other archaeological specialists who primarily work in the planning system.

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