Councils should use 3D modelling to inform tall buildings policies, says revised Historic England advice

Local authorities should use 3D modelling to identify suitable sites for tall buildings when preparing local plans, while applicants should also use such technology to assess the impacts of their proposals, according to new draft advice from Historic England.

by Mark Wilding
Skyscrapers in London. Image: Historic England / Chris Redgrave
Skyscrapers in London. Image: Historic England / Chris Redgrave

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