Archaeology, Historic Buildings and the Planning Process Training Day 29/11/14

Archaeology, Historic Buildings and the Planning Process

Saturday 29 November 9.30am–4.30pm in the Joachim Room, College of St Hild and St Bede,

Durham University. DH1 1SZ

 

A training day organised by the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland, with the North East Heritage Partnership, Teesside Archaeological Society and CBA North.

 

09.30   Registration

10.00   Introduction Andrew Millard

10.05   Setting the Scene; the planning process and the Historic Environment

Niall Hammond

10:30   The role of the local authority specialist (including scheduling) and the Historic

Environment Record Robin Daniels

11.15  Tea/Coffee

11.40   The role of the local authority Conservation Officer Sarah Scarr

12.10   The role of the local English Heritage planning and conservation team Kate Wilson

12.45–1.45    Lunch

1.45     Archaeology Case Study (to confirm)

2.15     Casework: assessing historical, architectural and heritage value of buildings

Martin Roberts

3.00    Tea/Coffee

3.30     Informing, objecting and appealing; how local societies can be involved

Chris Burgess

4.00     Plenary discussion (chaired by Andrew Millard)

4.30    End

 

Total cost: £10 for the day, including tea/coffee and lunch. Please reply by 17 November for catering purposes. Places may be booked by Email: archandarch.dandn@durham.ac.uk , Telephone: 01388 762620

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