Contemporary Concerns

The Neighbouring Bill – A Follow Up

In a follow-up post to my recent entry regarding the Neighbouring Bill, this is worth a read.

Before you read this article, it is important to understand that the jury is still out on this issue and that the Guardian has deliberately articulated this article in a storytime fashion, nevertheless, this is an important topic that needs to be highlighted.

It is crucial that the public understands that the departure of the UK from UNESCO, plus the Tory Neighbouring Bill, plus the Brexit removal of EU conservation laws would be catastrophic for the heritage sector. Don’t be fooled into thinking that fame will protect historical sites.

Read all about it here.

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