Libraries, Museums & Galleries (TSO)
Draft Heritage Protection Bill
- Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
The Heritage Protection Bill is a draft UK Parliament Bill designed to reform and unify the terrestrial and marine heritage protection systems in England and Wales. It proposes that provisions be made regarding the protection of heritage, including: duty to keep heritage registers for England and Wales; and duty to have regard to registered heritage structures and open spaces in exercise of planning functions.
The draft Bill is divided into six parts:
Part 1 - Heritage Registration
Part 2 - Control of Works and Prevention of Damage to Registered Heritage Structures
Part 3 - Other Effects of Registration
Part 4 - Marine Heritage Licences
Part 5 - Historic Environment Records
Part 6 - General.
The draft Bill also contains two Schedules: Inviting Representations: Appropriate Persons; and Revocation or Modification of Consent: Assessment of Certain Compensation.
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