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English Heritage


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    • Great Britain. English Heritage Trust
    • Great Britain. English Heritage
    • Great Britain. Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England
    • Great Britain. Historic Buildings & Monuments Commission for England
    • English Heritage Trust
    • HBMC (English Heritage)
    • Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England
    • Historic Buildings & Monuments Commission for England
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  • Sources

    • found: Bryant, J. Finest prospects, c1986:t.p. (English Heritage) p. 2 (English Heritage, popular name of Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England)
    • found: BLAISE, 1/87(English Heritage)
    • found: Bishop, M.C. Corbridge, 1988 [i.e. 1989].t.p. (Historic Buildings & Monuments Commission for England) copr. (Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England) accompanying fiche (HBMC)
    • found: English Heritage WWW home page, June 15, 1999(English Heritage ... and the merger with the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England ... from 1st April 1999) (organisation of English Heritage ... will incorporate the RCHME)
    • found: Ashurst, John. Stone masonry, 1988:p. xii (English Heritage came into existence on 1st April 1984, set up by the governenment but independent of it ... duties cover England and relate to ancient monuments, historic buildings, conservation areas, historic gardens and archaeology; in short, a body concerned with protecting and preserving the architectural and archaeological heritage of England)
    • found: Cole, Dr Emily. The urban and suburban public house in inter-war England, 1918-1939, 2014:title page (Historic England)
    • found: English Heritage WWW pages, June 26, 2015(old English Heritage separated into two parts: a charity that looks after the collections, and Historic England that champions the nation's wider heritage, running the listing system, dealing with planning matters and giving grants)
    • found: Historic England WWW pages, June 26, 2015(Historic England and the English Heritage Trust; the official name of Historic England is the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England, it was first established in 1984 and until April 1, 2015, was commonly known as English Heritage, at that point its common name changed to Historic England and a new charity, officially called the English Heritage Trust, took the name of English Heritage)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [The English Heritage and the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments co-existed for 15 years before they merged in 1999.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1987-03-26: new
    • 2015-06-29: revised
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