Legislation and Historic Buildings: Help or Hindrance?
Friday 20th April 2012 2-5pm
The afternoon session by Shape East, as part of the Heritage Lottery Funded 'Buildings in Need' project will provide professional and engaging advice on the role of legislation for ‘at risk’ and historic buildings, using debate and case studies to discuss, challenge and put into practice our current legislative dilemmas.
Topics to be discussed:
The ‘at risk’ designation and its meaning.
How current legislation affects historic buildings.
How legislation can help but also hinder historic and ‘at risk’ buildings and local built environments more generally
How the UK’s legislation differs from that of its European counterparts and how this might affect a rethink of our current status quo
Expert speakers include
Nicholas Ray, architect, NRAP Architects
Lucie Carayon, The Ancient Monuments Society
Bobby Open, Bobby Open Architects
To book a place please contact Alice Kershaw, Heritage Regeneration Officer, on 0173317480 or email email@example.com
Book through Alice Kershaw on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01733 317 480