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Historic England Research Issue 3

Front cover for issue 3 of Historic England Research

This is the magazine version of Historic England Research. It reports on projects and activities involving applied research into the historic environment.


  • Buddhist buildings in England
  • Understanding Sikh places of worship
  • Quaker Meeting Houses assessed
  • The church interiors of John Loughborough Pearson
  • Early fabric in Chipping Norton
  • Reginald Farrer’s private rock garden
  • England’s shopping parades
  • Must Farm Bronze Age timber platform
  • Revealing past landscapes in Cumbria and Lancashire
  • The changing historical landscape of West Wiltshire
  • Local Authority asset management plans: what don’t they know?
  • Historic England’s Introductions to Heritage Assets
  • Historic England publications

Additional Information

  • Series: Research News/Historic England Research
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Pages: 58
  • Product Code: 52028
  • ISSN: 0753‒8674


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