Heritage Crime Impact Statements
The guide covers the use of heritage crime impact statements, who should provide one and what information they should contain.
- What is heritage crime?
- When to get an impact statement
- Who can give an impact statement?
- Information to include
- When can a statement be used?
- Appendix 1: Flow Chart
- Appendix 2: Summary of Specific Heritage Crime Offences
- Appendix 3: Scheduled Monuments
- Appendix 4: Listed Buildings
- Appendix 5: Protected Wrecks
- Appendix 6: Conservation Areas
- Appendix 7: Battlefields
- Appendix 8: Registered Parks and Gardens
- Appendix 9: Military Remains
- Appendix 10: Example of Heritage Crime Impact Statement
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 47
- Product Code: HEAG190
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