Heritage counts

The second annual audit of the state of England's historic environment has been launched this week by government built conservation adviser English Heritage. In a year where television programmes such as Restoration, in which Manchester's Victoria Baths (above) won funding towards its revival, have captured the public's imagination, the study aims to raise awareness of historical buildings at risk through lack of funding or care. The research will build on last year's State of the Historic Environment report, which attempted to quantify heritage throughout the country.

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