Last edited 23 Feb 2021

Historic entity

Enabling Development and Heritage Assets, Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 4, published by Historic England on 30 June 2020, defines an historic entity as: ‘…an outstanding ensemble of historically associated buildings, often land (which may include archaeological remains) and normally contents, whose significance would be inevitably and materially harmed by break-up and sale.’

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