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Historic England publishes an extensive range of expert advice and guidance to help care for and protect historic places
Historic England publishes an extensive range of expert advice and guidance to help care for and protect historic places

Guidance Open for Consultation

Your chance to have a say on advice and guidance documents we've published in draft. Your feedback will help us make our advice and guidance useful.

Historic England Advice Note: Commercial Renewable Energy and the Historic Environment

We are seeking views on the draft text for a new Advice Note which describes the potential impacts on the historic environment of commercial renewable energy proposals, either as individual projects, or as projects which when taken together cover large areas of land.

It is written for all of those involved in commercial renewable energy development, helping them to give appropriate consideration to heritage issues and support sustainable development.

This public consultation is open to everyone and closes on 28 May 2020. Please send your feedback to [email protected]

Historic England Advice Note 4: Tall Buildings

We are seeking views on revisions to our existing Advice Note on how to take account of the historic environment when planning for tall buildings.

The draft Advice Note takes into account changes to the National Planning Policy Framework, and other documents such as the National Design Guide, as well as changing technology for visualising proposed tall buildings. The update also includes a greater focus on plan-led approaches throughout, extended sections on design and the efficient use of land, and clear case studies.

The new edition of this Advice Note will ultimately replace the 2015 HEAN on Tall Buildings.

We are interested in your comments on the revised text.

This public consultation is open to everyone and closes on 28 May 2020. Please send your feedback to [email protected]

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