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See detailSUIT deliverable 4.2 - Internal report on the application of EIA to cultural heritage & Guillemins extended case study analysis
Ruelle, Christine ULg; Teller, Jacques ULg; Vanderheyden, Emmanuel et al

Report (2002)

This research was made under the SUIT European project and consisted of carrying out an extended case study analysis (the Guillemins station project in Liège, Belgium), through extensive monitoring and ... [more ▼]

This research was made under the SUIT European project and consisted of carrying out an extended case study analysis (the Guillemins station project in Liège, Belgium), through extensive monitoring and post-evaluation of the decision-making process, which was compared to the EIA directive as well as to the different stakeholders’ wishes and views. This task was mainly intended at providing transferable key lessons in order to fine-tune the future SUIT guidance on integrated EA procedure. [less ▲]

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See detailReview of present European environmental policies and legislation involving cultural heritage
Teller, Jacques ULg; Bond, Alan

in Environmental Impact Assessment Review (2002), 22

Cultural heritage is being addressed by a number of Charters and Conventions and it is clear that its consideration within decision-making processes is progressively becoming a real challenge, both for ... [more ▼]

Cultural heritage is being addressed by a number of Charters and Conventions and it is clear that its consideration within decision-making processes is progressively becoming a real challenge, both for developers and public authorities. Against this background, this paper reviews the environmental assessment framework developed by the European Community, as this should increasingly influence decision making about cultural heritage in an urban setting. The legislative framework for access to environmental information is also reviewed because of its relevance to the decision-making process. The Directives on Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment both require a consideration of cultural heritage in decision making. This requirement can go some way to addressing the paradox in the European Community’s position whereby the Community wishes to conserve and enhance its own cultural identity whilst, at the same time, cultural heritage is usually defined at a local level. The present paper suggests that, given their flexibility, the two European Community Directives on environmental assessment constitute a promising opportunity to address this seeming paradox, but that there is a significant gap between legal obligations and the methodological tools to meet them. [less ▲]

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