The Rural Heritage Advocacy Group was established in 2010 to review and influence policies that impact upon the management of the rural historic environment, and to keep Alliance members informed of the key issues.
Co-chairs: John Sell (Europa Nostra) and Jonathan Thompson (CLA)
Interim Secretary: Sam Bradley, The Heritage Alliance
Members: Marcus Gilleard, The National Trust; Julie Middleton, Wildlife & Countryside Link; Nick Way, the HHA; John Irving, CCT; Laura Norris, The Vivat Trust; Mary King, the AGT; Peter Gaskell CCRI; Ben Cowell, National Trust.
Related documents and publications:
- The RAG summer policy day – Rural Heritage: Delivering Public Goods - which took place at Blenheim Palace on 6 Septemer 2011
- The minutes are now ticking away for the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which could have a huge impact on future management of the historic environment; including the survival of designed landscapes, archaeological remains, traditional farm buildings, as well as landscape features such as dry stone walls and field patterns. What’s it all about? See CAP and the Historic Environment.