Planning authorities charged with reducing carbon emissions are hamstrung by woolly guidance and a lack of conservation skills, by Cliff Hague

Balancing the benefits of adding carbon emission-cutting technology to heritage buildings against the conservation harms is not straightforward, says our columnist. Together with unclear government guidance, plus a shortage of conservation skills in town halls, the upshot is likely to be a lot of appeals.

by Cliff Hague

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