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Biennial Conservation Report 2011-13

The Government Historic Estate

This is the eleventh biennial report on the condition of the government’s historic estate. It provides an overview of the government’s historic estate in England, based on individual reports provided by departments and agencies.

Contents

  • Section 1.0  Introduction
  • Section 2.0  Progress with stewardship
  • Section 3.0  Recent initiatives
  • Section 4.0  Disposals and transfers
  • Section 5.0  English Heritage's planning and conservation advice
  • Case studies
  • Table A:  Progress by departments in complying with the DCMS Protocol
  • Table B:  Progress by other historic estate holders
  • Annex: Heritage Assets at Risk

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed

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