Sustainability, Environment, Development & Planning
Sets out a review of the ‘criteria for listing’ which was carried out by NIEA during 2008. Considers the initial Ministerial direction, the situation in other parts of the UK and in the Republic of Ireland and the issues raised in correspondence with the Department or at Planning Appeals in recent years. Forms the basis for the current public consultation 'Criteria for listing - a consultation on proposed revisions to annex C of planning policy statement 6'.
Consultation closed on 5 July 2010. To be read with Criteria for listing - a consultation on proposed revisions to annex C of planning policy statement 6; and Criteria for listing buildings of special architectural and historic interest. A proposed revision to annex C of planning policy statement 6 - regulatory impact assessment (both NIEA, 2010). This document is no longer available from the original publisher, therefore the status is unconfirmed.
The Northern Ireland Environment Agency is an agency within the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. They were previously known as Environment and Heritage Service. They advise on and implement the Government's environmental policy and strategy in Northern Ireland, by carrying out a range of activities, which promote the Government's key themes of sustainable development, biodiversity and climate change.
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