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APR
13

Conserving Heritage - Respecting the Past

- Respecting the Past

Date:
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 at 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Venue:
Centre for Life, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE1 4EP, UK
Organiser:
RTPI North East
northeast@rtpi.org.uk

Conserving heritage assets is a key element of delivering effective place making.  This session will consider key aspects of heritage and conservation planning including outlining core heritage and conservation matters that should be effectively addressed in the planning process, detailing good practice in preparing Heritage Assessments including assessing the significance of heritage assets and potential impacts upon them, examples of how heritage assets can be back into viable uses, the importance of archaeological assessments, and defining and managing Conservation Areas.  This session will be of interest to the public and private sector planning professionals.

Programme  

Delegate List 

Speakers and biographies

Stephen Bond, Heritage Places

Sarah Scarr, Heritage and Countryside Manager - Hartlepool BC

Clive Waddington, MD - Archaeological Research Services Ltd

Chris Myers, Regeneration Projects Manager / Bryan Harris, Senior Design and Conservation Officer - Durham CC

Martn Hulse, Trust Manager - T & W Building Preservation Turst

Isobel Jackson, Planner/Heritage Consultant - Nathaniel Litchfield & Partners 

CPD Learning Aims and Outcomes

This could count as appropriate CPD for RTPI members - remember to keep a record of your learning, including your learning outcomes, in your CPD Record

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If you require assisstance contact:  Kim Walker    Tel: 07455 787705