The AMS has responded to the revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) published on 24th July 2018. Some of our concerns have been addressed, however several aspects of the document remain problematic.
The Ancient Monuments Society today welcomed the launch of an appeal by Steve Speakman, Chairman of the Manchester Civic Society, to raise funds to review Manchester City Council’s decision to allow a 40-storey tower to be built in the historic heart of Manchester.
The 94th Annual General Meeting of the Ancient Monuments Society took place at Headstone Manor & Museum, Harrow, on Tuesday 10th July 2018.
The AMS has responded to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG)’s consultation on draft revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Jill Channer and Frank Kelsall pay tribute to Matthew’s forty years of tireless campaigning
We continue to be very alarmed by the prospect of listed building consent being merged with the broader planning regime in Wales.
Anthony Peers, architectural historian and Deputy Chairman of the Ancient Monuments Society, sets out the considerable challenges faced by historic farm buildings in an article for Historic England’s Heritage Online Debate.
Giving experiences for Christmas rather than physical gifts is becoming increasingly popular, and we think there is no better Christmas present than membership of the AMS & Friends of Friendless Churches.
The Ancient Monuments Society (AMS), under the banner of the Joint Committee of the National Amenity Societies (JCNAS), has joined leading heritage organisations in writing to Government to raise concerns about current approaches to tackling energy efficiency in traditional buildings.
The Friends of Friendless Churches, sister charity of the AMS, is currently inviting applications for the role of Director.