The last general election in Britain in 2011 brought a wave of public spending reduction in many fields. Among these reductions the Council for Architecture and the Built Environment was considered redundant; it published good examples of design reviews concerning urban planning and architecture. Thank god, the National Archives keep a link to the contents of the old site.
It’s funny that you mention the National Archives. I took some pictures of the maps of Fort PItt on a recent visit to Pittsburgh. I wanted to ask a friend of mine in England if we could have the blueprints back, when I read that they are still in the National Archives there. You might like the pictures – https://www.flickr.com/photos/12634358@N04/sets/72157648576921057/
Beautiful map. They madera good drawings, those brits…