Conservation Management Plans

By: Heritage First Heritage Consultants  14/04/2016
Keywords: Historic Buildings Consultancy

Are produced to understand the heritage better, define why it is valued by people and to help to provide better informed decisions. They are often a requirement for grant applications and can ensure that the assets are better managed and will include policies that help to protect the buildings significance. Ideally this document should be produced at the early stages of a project and not an afterthought so that the significance of the site is protected and the long term management understood.

Keywords: Historic Buildings Consultancy

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