On the 15 September 2016 we hosted our 23rd BRICK workshop at The Florence Institute, known as The Florrie.

The future of The Florrie looked uncertain until a dedicated group of trustees and friends (along with a little help from The Prince of Wales) managed to raise the funds for restoration and The Florrie once again opened its doors for the people of Liverpool in 2012.

Click on the links below to take you to the presentations. There are also a selection of pictures from the workshop.

Introduction to BRICK, 15 September 2016

Rosie Fraser from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust introduces the BRICK Education programme and explains the support available to those working on built heritage projects.

Project Management, 15 September 2016

The Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s Susan O’Connor presents ‘how to manage your project from start to finish’. This presentation give you handy tips on what to do next.

Understanding Operational Requirements, 15 September 2016

The Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s Director Rosie Fraser presents on how to ‘understand operational requirements’. Rosie also presents information on governance.

Introduction to Procurement, 15 September 2016

BRICK Programme Director Laura Norris gives a brief introduction to explain ‘what procurement is’.

What is Governance?

Laura Norris explains what is Governance and why is it so important

CASE STUDY: The Reader Organisation. 

Chris Catterall, Enterprise Director at The Reader organisation presents to us a case study of a regenerated building in images. The Reader Organisation now operates as a community based business.