The Telegraph: Some heritage sites cannot be preserved and should be allowed to decay, academic claims

By Peter Walker
The Telegraph

Curated Decay (Caitlin DeSilvey)Professor Caitlin DeSilvey has suggested that despite people's "strong feelings" some perishing landmarks should be allowed to crumble because of climate change and falling budgets.

"There is room to explore more creative approaches in how we care for heritage," said Prof DeSilvey, who is an associate professor of cultural geography at the University of Exeter.

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