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After leaving government, he remained on the Tory backbenches, but also devoted himself to the worlds of academia and the arts, serving as chairman of the Royal Fine Art Commission and master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
The Royal Fine Art Commission said the scheme needed more refining before it could be said to enhance and preserve the character of the town-centre conservation area.
It has won seven awards since it was unveiled including the RIBA Award for Architecture, Midlands and the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, Retail Innovation, both in 2004.
The Royal Fine Art Commission (the forerunner of CABE) complained in its 18th Report of 1960-62 of the poor and inappropriate siting of tall buildings.
The award is presented by The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust.
The group is the Welsh equivalent of the old Royal Fine Art Commission for England - which was much criticised for rarely leaving London - and the continuing Royal Commission for Scotland.
Lord St John of Fawsley, chairman of the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, said: "This a bizarre and foolish idea.
Conservation Today accompanied a major exhibition of the same name, launched in the spring of 1989 by the Royal Fine Art Commission at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.