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  • Historic England's Historic Places Panel visits Reading

    Peter chaired a visit of Historic England's Historic Places Panel to Reading on 14th and 15th November. The Panel considered the heritage implications of Reading Borough Council's recently-adopted Local Plan, as well as visiting the redundant Reading Gaol, a Grade II Listed Building with historic connections to Oscar Wilde, which is to be sold by the Ministry of Justice. Read more ›

  • Bhutan Government commences review of the Thimphu Structure Plan

    The Bhutan Ministry of Works and Human Settlement, together with Thimphu Thromde (City Council) have initiated a review of the Thimphu Structure Plan.  The review kicked off with a series of workshops held in Thimphu during the week of 4th November.  Peter helped to plan and lead the workshops, together with Jonathan Rose of Aecom and Jonathan F.P. Rose of ... Read more ›

  • Historic England's Historic Places Panel publishes its final report on the Isle of Wight

    Historic England's Historic Places Panel has published its final report on the Isle of Wight, following its visit to Newport, Ryde and East Cowes in June.  As Chair of the Panel, Peter presented the report's findings at a meeting of Councillors and representatives of local Amenity Societies on 23rd September in Ryde.  The report can be found here. Read more ›

  • The Government's 'Building Better Building Beautiful' Commission publishes its Interim Report

    Peter was appointed an adviser to the Government's 'Building Better Building Beautiful' Commission at the beginning of 2019.  The Commission's work has taken in a number of study tours, including a tour of recent developments in Cambridge hosted by Peter, visiting Accordia, Great Kneighton, Trumpington Meadows, Eddington and Marmalade Lane. The Commission's Interim report was published in July 2019, and ... Read more ›

  • Historic England's Historic Places Panel visits the Isle of Wight

    Peter chaired a two-day visit of Historic England's Historic Places Panel to the Isle of Wight.  The Panel reviewed regeneration strategies for Newport, Ryde and East Cowes.  The Panel's report will be available on Historic England's website in September. Read more ›

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