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CD Rom Putting Old Buildings to Productive New Use
Bringing the Sectors Together to Find New Uses

Date Of Conference: 4/25/2006

CD ROM containing:
• Copies of all speaker presentations
• Audio of all speakers presentations and question and discussion sessions
• Speaker biographies and any additional papers they have supplied

Landor’s Putting Old Buildings to Productive New Uses conference is now in its fifth year, and has always boasted a prestigious range of sponsors, including New Start, IHBC, English Historic Towns Forum, Save Britain’s Heritage, Regeneration through Heritage, Association of Preservation Trusts and RUDI.

This year’s event includes four different and distinctive sessions. The first gives a policy and strategy overview, interrogating the government’s performance with respect to heritage buildings during the last thirty years, and assessing whether any of the proposed changes to listing – and other measures – are likely to ‘make a difference’.

The second session builds on last year’s event, with its focus on the ‘sustainable communities’ agenda. This year we are using the Thames Gateway as an example of a regeneration area in which the policy makers could choose to see heritage buildings either as a catalyst or an obstacle. We will be looking in detail at some of the schemes which suggest there is room for optimism.

The third session responds to feedback from last year’s event which, like its predecessors, saw delegates asking for more input from the private sector. Given the overall theme for the event, we hope that our distinguished private sector speakers will talk about the relationships they have had to form with other sectors in order to see their schemes to fruition.

The final session celebrates the publication of Regeneration through Heritage’s new handbook to the art of re-use which will be supplied free to all delegates to the event. Three speakers involved with this project share the ‘lessons’.

Marianne Suhr, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Kate Clark, Deputy Director of Policy and Research, Heritage Lottery Fund

Dr Chris Miele, Senior Director, RPS Planning, London

Ian Dungavell, Secretary, Joint Committee of the National Amenity Societies

Michael Ward, Chief Executive, Kent Thameside Delivery Board

George Gardner, Director, Gardner Stewart Architects

Bill Ferris, Chief Executive, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust

Harry Platt, Chief Executive, Workspace Group plc

Stephen Green, Managing Director, Future Heritage

Nigel Hughes, Planning and Estate Director, Grosvenor

Fred Taggart, Director, Regeneration through Heritage

Esther Scott, Development Manager, South West Regional Development Agency

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Our Ref No: C0185
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