Carole Souter CBE
Billions of pounds are being invested today to support towns – old and new – as well as their surrounding regions. Most of that money comes from the UK’s cultural, business and community purses, but often is tied to separate, even contradictory outcomes.
At the same time core heritage funds are more constrained than ever, and the pressures on our making locally valued places sustainable can put those places most at risk.
What can be done by those who care, shape advise on such places actually do to make our towns succeed in the future?
Built and historic environment practitioners and advisers, community leaders, policy makers, investors and funders need to work in unison if we are to make the most of any opportunities.
The IHBC’s 2020 Brighton School and conference takes a timely and forensic look at how the planning, heritage and related sectors can make the most of the opportunities on offer, help players learn from colleagues and others, and broaden understanding of the drivers, barriers and responses.
This unique learning opportunity from the IHBC – in Brighton, from 18-20 June 2020 – will ensure that practitioners can uncover new solutions to some surprisingly historic challenges.
IHBC Schools offer:
The IHBC’s one-day conference, designed for IHBC members and non-members, explores issues while also challenging delegates on issues such as:
The Day School, including the IHBC’s AGM (non-members welcome), also offers:
Specialist issues, opportunities and events across the 3 day school include all the Day School options as well as more local first-hand case study tours, themed to the School as well as having wider practice application, exploring:
The 3-day, Full School offers: