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Localism and Heritage: Working Together, 7th March, 2012

Localism and Heritage

English Heritage and Bristol City Council’s joint conference ‘Localism and Heritage: Working Together’ was developed as a free, one-off event to explore what the localism agenda means for the historic environment.

It came at an opportune moment, following the enactment of the Localism Bill on 15 November 2011 and just weeks before the publication of the National Planning Policy Framework. These, in addition to the effects of the economic downturn and the reductions in heritage budgets following the Comprehensive Spending Review in October 2010, add up to significant change for those working in, and interested in, our heritage.

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