Tuesday, 29 May 2018 at 9:30AM
Etc venues, Bishopsgate Court, 4-12 Norton Folgate, London E1 6DQ, UK
England has a wealth of heritage and archaeology and as a result, there is often an overlap with development and regeneration programmes. Undiscovered archaeology can often cause a risk to project programmes and budgets and the impact of local heritage on design can be challenging. This is a challenge to both planners and developers.
This masterclass will give you the tools and knowledge to properly deal with heritage and archaeology during the planning process in England.
Through a combination of expert trainer input, discussion and group work, you will:
- Learn about legislation and policy governing the historic environment in England
- Gain insight into what is heritage, statutory and non-statutory assets
- Understand the variety of assessments, including Statements of Significance and Impact Assessments
- Discuss assessing heritage assets
Delegate numbers are restricted to enhance learning outcomes
This links to the following CPD Priorities:
- Understanding land as a resource (demand for energy)
- Effective decision making
Our masterclasses are delivered by our pool of industry leaders who are able to draw on their extensive personal experience to offer practical, interactive courses to our delegates.
Explore our trainers' background and their areas of expertise below.
Ken Sabel is an expert in the historic built environment (historic buildings and historic areas). He has worked in the field for over 32 years and has an MSc in historic conservation and a Cert in architectural history. He has led heritage work on large-scale urban development and infrastructure projects, such as Crossrail and Thames Tideway Tunnel, and previously led the historic built environment work for the Olympic Bid and subsequent Olympic applications. He is currently working on High Speed 2. He has acted as an expert witness on a number of occasions, chiefly dealing with setting issues.
Ed Simons is reader in cultural heritage management at the University of Dundee and Heritage Director of the Discovery 100 Antarctic science project. He has over 25 years of experience in heritage planning, management, interpretation, development, tourism and conservation. Before becoming an academic for many years he was a heritage consultant and led successful heritage teams for archaeological practices and the world’s largest environmental consultancies. He has worked all over the world on projects large and small on sites ranging from colonial fortresses on remote tropical islands to great houses and palaces.
Please note there is limited availability for Licentiate, Independent Consultants and concessions. To be eligible for the Independent Consultant rate, you need to be member of the Independent Consultants Network (ICN). For the RTPI concessions rate, you need to be a RTPI student, unemployed or retired member. You will need your membership number and password to book.
If you are having difficulties booking, please contact us on 020 7929 8400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The RTPI supports the adoption of all 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and this course specifically supports: