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Conservation Principles Policies and Guidance April08 Web

Conservation Principles Policies and Guidance April08 Web

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Published by David Connolly
Value-based approach to the management of the historic environment, taking account of the diverse ways in which people value the historic environment as part of their cultural and natural heritage.

English Heritage
April 2008
Value-based approach to the management of the historic environment, taking account of the diverse ways in which people value the historic environment as part of their cultural and natural heritage.

English Heritage
April 2008

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Published by: David Connolly on Jan 10, 2009
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01/25/2013

 
CONSERVATIONPRINCIPLES
POLICIES AND GUIDANCE
FOR THE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT
 
FOREWORD
The sustainable management of the historic environment depends onsound principles, clear policies and guidance based on those principles,and the quality of decisions that stem from their consistent application. We need a clear, over-arching philosophical framework of whatconservation means at the beginning of the 21st century; and to distilcurrent good practice in casework, given the impending reform of legislation and the need for more integrated practice.These
Principles, Policies and Guidance
for the sustainablemanagement of the historic environment have been developed throughextensive debate and consultation, both within English Heritage and witcolleagues in the historic environment sector and beyond. Our mainpurpose in producing the
Principles, Policies and Guidance
is to strengthe the credibility and consistency of decisions taken and advice given by English Heritage staff, improving our accountability by setting out theframework within which we will make judgements on casework.Our success will also be measured by the extent to which thisdocument is taken up more widely in the sector.Over time, and in conjunction with legislative reform andimproving capacity in the sector, we hope that the document will help to create a progressive framework for managing change in the historicenvironment that is clear in purpose and sustainable in its application – constructive conservation.hn
Lord Bruce-Lockhart
ChairmanEnglish HeritageApril 2008

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