Maximising the value of industrial heritage in historic towns: restoration, regeneration & reuse

Thursday 18 October 2007

Value and relevance of industrial heritage as an opportunity and driver - Keith Falconer, Head of Industrial Archaeology, English Heritage

Economic Case for Regeneration - Rob Colley, Drivers Jonas, Contributing Author of 'Heritage Works'

Adaptive Reuse: National - Industrial heritage regeneration case studies, the tourism & visitor potential - Michael Coupe, Independent Consultant, The Prince's Regeneration Trust

What is industrial character? Problems of perception - Ian Ayris, Historic Environment Manager, Newcastle City Council & Tyne and Wear, County Industrial Archaeologist, English Heritage Advisor

Adaptive Reuse: Local - The right building for the right use - case study of Seven Stories national centre for children's books - Kate Edwards, Chief Executive, Seven Stories

Friday 19 October 2007

Europe - UK Launch of 'INHERIT' Publication and Case Study: Gamlestaden Fabriken, Gothenburg, Sweden - Conversion of old industrial area into new business, leisure and living quarter - focus on public private partnership - Brian Smith, EAHTR and Anders Svensson, City of Gothenburg Planning Authority

England - Stephenson Quarter - opportunities, issues, principles and approaches - from the developers' viewpoint - Andy Roberts, Director, Waring & Nets Architects

Scotland - Area Regeneration - Eleanor McAllister, Managing Director, Clydebank Re-built

Wales - Industrial workers' housing - Judith Alfrey, Historic Buildings Inspector, CADW

Ireland - Belfast boats and Irish linen; the canals, north and south - Paul McTernan, Director, Colin Buchanan, Ireland