Should we change historic buildings rules to allow for climate change?

Gibson Mill in West Yorkshire is grade II listed but has been restored. It has reopened to the public as a sustainable building.

Yes it’s the lesser of two evils, says Sarah Staniforth, historic properties director at the National Trust, but Duncan McCallum of English Heritage says the rules are flexible enough already

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