19 March 2019
Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JA
Tickets £35-155 from https://htvf-heritage-communities.eventbrite.co.uk
As local authorities’ resources are further constrained, many are looking to local communities and experts for support in preparing heritage-related materials. Ranging from undertaking conservation area appraisals, surveying for Heritage at Risk registers, drawing up evidence to support local lists of assets, communities are stepping into these roles with considerable success. This seminar is an opportunity to hear more about how this can be done and how to manage expectations.
This seminar will be of interest to local authority officers and councillors, civic and amenity societies, and consultants with an interest in planning, urban design, community action, and heritage management.
|Tea and coffee on arrival
|Welcome, Louise Thomas, HTVF Director
|Networked Heritage, Oluwaseun Soyemi, Heritage Lottery Fund
|Undertaking a Conservation Area Appraisal, Susy Shearer, local historian/ community engagement specialist, Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Forum
|Q&A followed by tea and coffee
|Telling your place’s story for the community and visitors, Rafi Ilivitzky, TrailTale
|How local authorities can use volunteers, Richard Tuffrey, former Design and Conservation Principal, High Peak Borough & Staffordshire Moorlands Council
|Toolkits to support greater involvement, Louise Thomas, HTVF
|Introduction to workshop: Getting help on a community-led heritage project, Benjamin Parker, Heritage Trust Network
|Tea and coffee
|Peckham Coal Line – What community-led visions can do, Colin Sterling, Peckham Coal Line Steering Group
Kindly sponsored by Trailtale
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