The Future of Heritage Protection

The Future of Heritage Protection

 

Trafalgar Square
 
St Martin's in the Field
 
St Paul's Church

London - 17 June 2010

HTF and Bircham Dyson Bell have come together to offer an event which will:

  • give information and guidance to HTF Members upon the implications of PPS5 - how will it change the way in which applications affecting the historic environment are determined and how to use it to best effect
  • explore the new political landscape - how is the planning system likely to change and what are the implications for those working in the historic environment.

View the Conference Programme here

Speakers include:
Bob Neill, MP, Parliamentary Under Secreatary of State (Communities and Local Government)
Mark Challis, Partner, Bircham Dyson Bell
Stephen Bond, Principal, Heritage Places
Steve Tilbury, HTF Executive Committee and Winchester City Council
David Tomback, Development Economics Director, English Heritage
Nick Worlledge, Heritage and Specialist Services Team Leader, Oxford City Council

This conference will carry CPD certification

Book here - prices start at £50

For enquiries please call 0117 975 0459

Event Supported by:

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