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Demolition of important sites.

Regarding the issues raised by the demolition of Etna Brickworks. A very succesfull legal campagn has resulted in recent changes to the legal controls affecting demolition, at least for England & Wales, which allows Local Planning Authorities the means to consider the loss of heritage significance. An important point is that this allows public scrutiny of the process and an opportunity to object if the LPA considers demolition proposals as acceptable.

You may wish to clarify the situation for Scotland and suggest you contact SAVE for advice.

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Demolition of important sites. - by John Wells - 16th February 2012, 02:34 AM

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