Join AB Heritage on stand 75 of the South East Construction Expo 21 October in Ardingly, West Sussex.
This article is a short overview of the history of British shops and their general features and explains briefly how they can enhance modern redevelopment works.
The need to consider brownfield sites from a heritage perspective, in planning terms, comes with the need for careful consideration of the site and possible resource to avoid costly missteps – not least because heritage remains can sometimes be difficult to understand or be hidden in plain sight.
There are certain restrictions in place to ensure the protection of heritage. Class MA development is not permitted in a National Park, the Broads, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a World Heritage Site, within the curtilage of a Scheduled Monument, or for a Listed Building.