To support built and historic environment conservation as the means to deliver successful places, which are economically, environmentally and socially sustainable. This includes using heritage to help places adapt to the diverse needs of current and future communities, whilst supporting enterprise, transport connectivity, health, climate change efforts and quality of life.
1. Natural England designations programme for areas, sites and trails
07/07/2020 - Natural England
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The designations programme considers whether places are suitable to become:
Found: project, bringing together wildlife, heritage conservation and church organisations to save bats and protect
3. Town centre Heritage Action Zones
18/12/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: programmes that help encourage growth in historic places and help heritage assets be more productive. A
Found: covenants to protect nature
A consultation on conservation covenants, voluntary agreements to protect nature
5. Natural England: Building partnerships for Nature’s recovery
07/10/2020 - Natural England
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It is this greater connection between people and
planet that we believe can be the catalyst
1. Draft Grants to the Churches Conservation Trust order 2021
16/03/2021 - General Committees
1: considered the draft Grants to the Churches Conservation Trust Order 2021.It is a great pleasure - Speech Link
2: continue to provide funding for the Churches Conservation Trust. The trust takes into its care some of - Speech Link
2. Endangered Species: Developing Countries
20/07/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: have benefited from the absence of humans in many places, but the opposite is also true; many of our most - Speech Link
2: term, improving the support that we provide for conservation projects, as the hon. Gentleman rightly says - Speech Link
3. Zoos, Aquariums and Wildlife Sanctuaries: Reopening
11/06/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: Kingdom who work tirelessly in the cause of conservation, education and research, the protection of endangered - Speech Link
2: improving the natural environment and supporting conservation, we must not fail to arm and equip this country’s - Speech Link
3: colleague, puts a heck of a lot of effort into conservation of species. For example, he raised one hell - Speech Link
4. Bat Habitats Regulation Bill [HL]
27/04/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: and Lincoln which have an abundance of wonderful places of worship.We should take this carefully - Speech Link
2: thought first that, as we are discussing churches and places of worship, I would look at how the Bible deals - Speech Link
5. Places of Worship: Protective Security Funding
07/05/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: Secretary in the other place about security in our places of worship:“Yesterday marked the start of - Speech Link
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Layla Moran MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3905.
Public Enquiry Point:
David Blackman, Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, Wiltshire SP3 6HA . Tel: 07748 165 862
Institute of Historic Building Conservation acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.ihbc.org.uk/
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