Project management for Built Heritage led by Tiva Montalbano, Heritage Director at PRT.
Simon Pugh-Jones, Chair of the Bristol Diocesan Advisory Committee, provided these ten easy steps to handling projects involving historic churches.
A talk through the steps of how to manage your project.
Conor McGale from Heritage Rural and Community Development, speaks about how to take your rural project forward.
Ed Whitelaw from the Real Ideas Organisation explains how to grow your organisational confidence through project delivery using the regeneration of Plymouth as an example.
Katerina Alexiou, Empowering Design took part in an Asset Mapping Exercise – Thinking about all the useful resources, skill and talents of the people involved in your project, from individuals to organisations. You can download the exercise sheet here
Emscher Landschaftpark, West Germany, Michael Schwarze-Rodrian (Industrial Heritage Conference 2015)
Michael Schwarze-Rodrian is the head of the Department European and Regional Networks and the EU Representative of the Regional Association Ruhr (RVR). His experiences are with urban landscapes, integrated strategies and project management.
For Thom Aussems, the ‘Transformation’ of the Netherlands is central to his career. For the last 15 years he has been the CEO of Trudo where he has led a number of transformational projects, such as Strijp S (the former industrial plot of Philips). Find out more in this inspiration presentation.
Richard Rogers discusses the conservation of decorative exteriors & interiors with case studies including The Garrick.
This guide is for non-specialists. It explains how to write a Conservation Statement and Conservation Management Plan. Understanding and documenting why a historic building is important is key to its successful restoration and re-use. It is particularly valuable where a building is to undergo a change of use. If you wish to bring a historic building back into use, then this guide is for you.