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Heritage and Conservation dilemmas considered at Neighbourhood Planning Master Class

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On Thursday 16th Leeds Planning School’s masterclass on 16 November addressed the dilemmas for planners in making local character, heritage and sense of place central to their policies. The three speakers provided lots inspiration and ideas on heritage, design and articulating public concern to an audience of over 30 neighbourhood planning group members and built environment professionals.

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Planning Dilemmas: Heritage, Conservation and Design in Neighbourhood Planning

Thursday 16th November 2017, 17:30 – 19:30

Northern Terrace NT222, Queen Square Court, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds LS2 8AG 

A Leeds Planning School Master Class

As neighbourhood plans focus attention on local distinctiveness, character and sense of place, what are the dilemmas for planners in making conservation, heritage and design central to their policies?

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