CANCELLED: 30 April 2020: ‘Conservation Areas – Now and Tomorrow’ at the Engine Shed
The AHSS is delighted to be partnering with Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) and Historic Environment Scotland (HES) on this free event about conservation area policy and management.
*Please note that due to the coronavirus outbreak this event is now postponed until further notice.
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Venue : The Engine Shed, Forthside Way, Stirling, FK8 1QZ
Time : 9:45 – 16:15
Cost : Free / Register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
A free one-day seminar at the Engine Shed in Stirling to discuss conservation area policy and management. The event is primarily geared to heritage sector practitioners.
The seminar will be an opportunity for local authorities, advocacy groups, policy makers and decision makers to get together and talk about what is most important to them for good place making. We will be looking at what is working and not working, current best practice, what local resources are available, and the expectations of communities and stakeholders.
We will also be sharing initial plans for new conservation areas policy and guidance and seeking feedback and further participation.
The day will be divided into three sections:
- Reality and Resources
- Policy Roadmapping.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Mark Douglas (Scottish Borders Council)
- Christina Sinclair (Scottish Borders Council)
- Rachel Haworth (Heritage Consultant)
- Nick Haynes (Heritage Consultant)
- Sonya Linskaill (Conservation Architect)
- Martin Robertson (AHSS Chair)
- Dawn McDowell (HES)
- Simon Montgomery (HES)
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