Exclusive: Campaigners’ legal challenge could restrict development at heritage sites

Archaeologists fear English Heritage’s plans to build a visitor centre in the mound of the 13th-century Clifford’s Tower in York will cause “substantial harm” to one of England’s most significant monuments.

Legal action is being pursued in a test case that could have a major impact on the power of developers to build on heritage sites.

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