Consultation Responses and Campaign Statements 2009
The CBA comments on the planning application for a new visitor centre and related works in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
The CBA signs on to the Wildlife and Countryside Link briefing to MPs on National Policy Statements and the new infrastructure system.
The CBA signs on to the Wildlife and Countryside Link response to CLG’s consultation on examination procedures for nationally significant infrastructure projects.
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on draft PPS15: Planning and the Historic Environment and the English Heritage consultation on Historic Environment Planning Practice Guide.
The CBA responds to the CADW Welsh Assembly Government consultation on Conservation Principles, Policies and Guidance for the sustainable management of the historic environment in Wales.
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on a Policy Statement on Regional Strategies and Guidance on the establishment of Leaders’ Boards.
The CBA signs onto the Planning and Climate Change Coalition draft planning guidance, launched at Westminster on 27 October 2009, which suggests ways of improving the planning process to ensure it plays a part in reducing carbon emissions and meets targets set out in the Climate Change Act.
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on Streamlining information requirements for planning applications.
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on Publicity for planning applications.
The CBA responds to the CLG consultation on Improving permitted development.
The CBA signs on to the Wildlife and Countryside Link response to Defra’s consultation on new planning policy on development and coastal change.
The CBA responds on behalf of the Archaeology Forum to Defra’s consultation on coastal change policy.
The CBA has made an initial response to CLG and English Heritage on draft PPS15: Planning and the Historic Environment and the Planning Practice Guide.
The CBA responds to the consultation on the National Assembly for Wales (Legislative Competence)(Culture and other fields) Order 2009.
In a letter to the Legislation Committee Secretariat, the CBA has expressed disappointment in the exclusion of the Heritage Protection Bill from the forthcoming legislative programme for 2009/10.
The CBA and five other national amenity societies are recognised jointly as statutory consultees to be consulted by the Secretary of State on national policy statements in the summary of responses to the CLG consultation on list of statutory consultees for national policy statements (the CBA responded to the consultation in April).
The CBA responds on behalf of the Archaeology Forum to the Historic Scotland consultation on the Ancient Monuments and Listed Buildings (Amendment)(Scotland) Bill.
The CBA signs on to a letter to Sir John Chilcot, chair of the independent Committee of Inquiry into events in Iraq, urging that it investigate the particular problems faced by British forces in safeguarding cultural heritage in Iraq.
The CBA’s Director signs joint letter from Wildlife and Countryside Link responding to the Government’s announcement on setaside. The Government has backed the idea of an industry campaign to encourage farmers voluntarily to provide environmental measures on farms.
The CBA responds with the Archaeology Forum and with Wildlife and Countryside Link to the CLG consultation on new preapplication and application procedures for National Significant Infrastructure Projects.
The CBA signs on to the Wildlife and Countryside Link response to Defra’s proposed changes to standards for good agricultural and environmental condition, and signs on to a letter to the Secretary of State, Hilary Benn.
The CBA responds on behalf of The Archaeology Forum to the Defra consultation on the transposition of the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) Directive 2007/EC into UK law. The Forum welcomes the benefits which a common protocol offers for sharing spatial data across administrative boundaries in the UK.
The CBA responds (PDF | 82KB) to the DECC consultation on New Nuclear Power Stations: Strategic Siting Assessment.
The CBA responds (PDF | 136KB) to the consultation by the Church of England, English Heritage and the Ministry of Justice on the formation of a new advisory panel on the archaeology of human burials in England.
The CBA responds (PDF | 96K) to the Department of Energy and Climate Change consultation on Severn Tidal Power Feasibility Study.
The CBA responds (PDF | 73KB) to the CLG consultation on list of statutory consultees for National Policy Statements.
The CBA has responded to the DCMS consultation on World Heritage for a Nation: identifying, protecting and promoting our world heritage (PDF | 107KB).
The CBA urges the Government Office for the West Midlands to call in the Reeves Hill wind turbines planning application so that the potential impact on the setting of Offa’s Dyke and registered historic parks at Brampton Bryan (Herefordshire) and Stanage (Powys) can be properly considered at public inquiry.
The CBA responds to the English Heritage and National Trust consultation on the request for reburial of prehistoric human remains in the Alexander Keiller Museum, Avebury (PDF | 143KB).
The CBA signs on to a letter to the Secretary of State, Hilary Benn, on the Regulatory Budgets proposal requesting that he oppose it at the next Economic Council meeting. (PDF | 45KB).
The CBA writes to the Minister for Culture, Creative Industries & Tourism , Barbara Follett MP, about the options for the new visitor centre at Stonehenge (PDF | 110KB) (6 January 2009).
The CBA Director writes to Jack Straw regarding the Coroners and Justice Bill.
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