From time to time Historic England is involved in issues that become the subject of public discussion. This section provides our responses and explanations of sometimes complex situations.
Historic England welcomes the news that The Tulip has been refused permission by the Mayor of London.
Conservation management plans are valuable conservation tools and the research helps develop our understanding of the historic environment.
Historic England's reponse to the Tulip tower gaining planning consent.
Historic England response to proposals for a holocaust memorial in Victoria Tower Gardens.
We support the plans that the new owners of Whitechapel Bell Foundry have submitted.
Everton Football Club are proposing to relocate to a newly built stadium, in a new location. Bramley-Moore dock is a candidate.
Historic England has objected to proposals for a 20 storey tower in Norwich city centre as part of a planned redevelopment of Anglia Square
Historic England has assessed 1-2 Broadgate for a Certificate of Immunity against listing after a new application for a Certificate of Immunity (COI).
It is for the local council, as decision maker in this case, to weigh the level of harm that these proposals represent against the public benefits.
We advised that 143-145 Strand, home of the India Club, should not be listed
We believe that removing difficult and contentious parts of the historic environment would risk harming our understanding of our collective past.
Historic England warmly welcomes the new report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Industrial Heritage
Historic England's position on responses to and decision making on contested heritage.
Historic England's response to The Mendoza Review: an independent review of museums in England.
Follow the progress of the A303 road improvement scheme and measures taken to protect the Stonehenge World Heritage Site
A statement of Historic England’s position on Climate Change.