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The foregoing suggests that the management of change in settings to heritage assets and, by implication in protective buffer zones, can be a challenging issue, perhaps more so and for different reasons than is even now recognised, despite the development of helpful guidance on settings in recent years. Owners, managers and management approaches 45 Intangible heritage This book deals with the sustainable management of built heritage. While intangible values are often a vital and significant component of such assets, and will be mentioned further in Chapter 3, an assessment of management issues affecting intangible heritage (for example, language, folklore and assets such as sacred mountains) lies beyond our current scope.
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