HTF conferences and seminars cover a broad range of topics addressing the latest issues that impact the historic environment. The events offer best practice guidance from experts and practitioners and a valuable opportunity to network with others working in the heart of our historic towns and cities.
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The Unusual and the Unexpected - Historic Built Environment Seminars - Kellogg College Oxford - Free Events! More information and book your place here.
Annual Conference: Volunteering in the Historic Built Environment - who, how, why and can we do it better?
More detail available soon - to register your interest please email Noel.James@kellogg.ox.ac.uk
Market Towns, Retail and the Historic Built Environment – understanding your audience and attracting your market – March 2017– YARN MARKET DUNSTERJoint event with Yarn Market Dunster More information and book your place here.
Presentations and reports from previous events, conferences and seminars
|Historic Built Environment Seminars||Oxford||25 February||Report||Presentations|
|Local Authority Skills’ Summit – discussion forum||London||18 February||Presentations|
|Heritage Tourism, Ruralism and Business in a Broadband Age||Poundbury||03 April|
|Annual Planning Legislation Update||London||1 May|
|Neighbourhood Planning - how to do it with heritage|
Annual Heritage Legislation Update
View presentations and reports from previous years' events here.
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