Report: up-to-date local plans key to managing tall building impacts

The need for councils to have up-to-date local plans is key to ensure tall buildings are built in locations that do not negatively impact on the historic environment, according to new planning advice published by heritage watchdog Historic England.

by Michael Donnelly
Tall buildings: new planning advice note published (pic DncnH via Flickr)
Tall buildings: new planning advice note published (pic DncnH via Flickr)

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