New shopping in historic towns: the Chesterfield story
As a historic town, Chesterfield possesses its fair share of attractive older buildings and yet is subject to strong commercial pressures. This publication looks at how the decision was made to conserve and adapt existing buildings rather than demolish them and replace them with modern shopping outlets.
This document is no longer available from the original publisher therefore the status is unconfirmed.
Now known as Historic England, English Heritage produced a wide variety of publications with subjects ranging from repair, conservation and management of the historic environment to funding and grants.
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