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Herpes Virus Hiding Place Revealed! (Nobody Believed This!)

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Herpes Virus Hiding Place Revealed! (Nobody Believed This!)



ildings and other heritage assets. The decision about whether or not to list a building is made by the Secretary of State, although the process is administered in England by Historic England. In Wales (where it is a devolved issue) it is administered by Cadw on behalf of the Welsh Parliament and in Scotland it is administered by Historic Environment Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Ministers.

English heritage protection reform
There have been several attempts to simplify the heritage planning process for listed buildings in England. As of 2021, few changes had been implemented.

100 King Street, Manchester, built 1935, listed Grade II* in 1974
The review process was started in 2000 by Alan Howarth, then minister at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The outcome was the paper "The Power of Place" in 2000, followed by the subsequent policy document "The Historic Environment: A Force for Our Future" published by the DCMS and the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DTLR) in December 2001. The launch of the Government's Heritage Protection Reform (HPR) report in July 2003 by the DCMS, entitled "Protecting our historic environment: Making the system work better", asked questions about how the current designation systems could be improved. The HPR decision report "Review of Heritage Protection: The Way Forward", a green paper published in June 2004 by the DCMS, committed the UK government and English Heritage to a process of reform inclu

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