APPG Parliamentary Inquiry ‘21st Century Places: Values and benefits’ – Closing 29/01, calls for extensions open!

Westminster’s new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on ‘Conservation, Places and People’ (CPP APPG), chaired by Layla Moran MP is today expected to close its first Inquiry – ‘21st Century Places – Values & Benefits‘, but is accepting calls for extension due to sector pressures.

…Submissions should be digital and uploaded HERE (NB: up to 25 Mb)…

For its inaugural inquiry, the recently launched All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Conservation, Places and People examines the value of the historic environment and how it can help to promote growth and regeneration….

David Blackman, consultant to the APPG secretariat, said: ‘We are finding that pressures on the sector are extreme just now, both from the pandemic itself, and even from the many successful emergency measures helping mitigate its impact.  So we are very open to further calls for extensions to the closing date to help those submitting evidence.’

For more details about the inquiry and the briefing, contact David Blackman at the APPG’s Secretariat on 07748 165862 or

See the Inquiry call

View and download the press release

See more background to the CPP APPG at

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