By Giles Barrie, Giles Barrie 01 April 2005
April, as the poet TS Eliot once said, is the cruellest month: certainly for occupiers, who today will be hit by a hike in their rates bills, but less so for English Heritage, which assumes new powers over listed buildings (see professional + legal, p56 and p64).
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