§ Mr. Trippier
English Heritage is reviewing 379 of the lists produced during the early years of the national listing resurvey, and these lists will be computer-based. By the end of 1992, when the exercise will have been completed, about 20 per cent. of list entries will be on a computerised database.
The Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England is about to commence a pilot study, scheduled to last six months, of the lists for County Durham. The primary objective of the study is to explore whether computerisation of the remaining lists to a standard of information, agreed by the Department and English Heritage, is feasible.