This book contains a short introduction to the culture of Pakistan, in the first part; moreover there is a complete review of the preservation policies in Pakistan, whereas the second part consists of a comparative analysis of the case studies, of the present trends of the conservation policies. Furthermore there is also a discussion of the laws of conservation of building heritage of Europe with that of Pakistan, a research is conducted to find the weaknesses in the present laws in Pakistan and suggestions are made for the amendment in preservation Polices. The architectural heritage conservation is in an unhealthy and deteriorating state in Pakistan. It is attributed mainly due to the ineffective laws and inefficient professionalism. Much of the improvement can be made by comparing the set of relevant Pakistani as well as European laws. There is a need for the modern professionals to conduct a very specific, climatically, culturally, and area specific research. The objective should be to propose such amendments that could help update firstly the present regulations, and secondly the existing conditions.