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  • Conserving War Memorials: Structural Problems and Repairs

    This technical note describes good practice for diagnosing and understanding the structural problems found in war memorials, with a focus on freestanding masonry and memorials built of concrete.

    Series: Guidance

  • BIM for Heritage

    This publication raises awareness of the potential advantages of a BIM approach to help users successfully implement BIM in heritage projects.

    Series: Guidance

  • Managing Local Authority Heritage Assets

    The guidance is primarily aimed at local authority asset managers and is intended to raise the profile of heritage assets and to provide a framework of ‘best practice’ for their care.

    Series: Guidance

  • Adapting Traditional Farm Buildings

    This advice explains how significance can be retained and enhanced through well-informed maintenance and sympathetic development, provided that repairs, design and implementation are carried out to a high standard.

    Series: Guidance

  • 19th and 20th century Roman Catholic Churches

    This document looks at the relatively recent history of Roman Catholic churches in England.

    Series: Guidance

  • Photogrammetric Applications for Cultural Heritage

    This guidance covers the practical application of photogrammetry in recording cultural heritage, with particular reference to structure from motion (SfM) techniques.

    Series: Guidance

  • Post-Modern Architecture

    This document sets out the history and characteristics of post-modern architecture, showing how it was applied to different sectors and building types.

    Series: Guidance

  • Researching the Archive Collections of English Heritage Industrial Heritage

    Are you interested in finding out more about your town’s local industry? Or do you want to know more about an industry your family worked in? Whether you are a local historian, a student of architecture or social history, or just interested from a personal point of view, use this online guide to Historic England's (formerly English Heritage's) collections on industrial heritage as a starting point for your investigation.

    Series: Guidance

  • Constructive Conservation in Practice

    Constructive Conservation is the broad term adopted by Historic England for a positive and collaborative approach to conservation that focuses on actively managing change. The aim is to recognise and reinforce the historic significance of places, while accommodating the changes necessary to ensure their continued use and enjoyment.

    Series: Guidance

  • Conservation Principles, Policies and Guidance

    The primary aim of the Conservation Principles, Policies and Guidance is to support the quality of decision-making, with the ultimate objective of creating a management regime for all aspects of the historic environment that is clear and transparent in its purpose and sustainable in its application.

    Series: Guidance

  • Constructive Conservation

    Sustainable Growth for Historic Places. The latest volume of Constructive Conservation shows the many ways in which historic buildings can contribute to job creation, business growth and economic prosperity.

    Series: Guidance

  • Valuing Places: Good Practice in Conservation Areas

    'Valuing Places - Good Practice in Conservation Areas' forms part of our Constructive Conservation series, looking at exemplary ways to manage change in the historic environment. The eighteen case studies in this publication are examples of how this has been achieved in a range of conservation areas.

    Series: Guidance

  • War Memorial Parks and Gardens

    This short guide provides an introduction to the memorial parks and gardens built as war memorials, principally after the First World War.

    Series: Guidance

  • Animal Management

    An introductory guide to Animal Management.

    Series: Guidance

  • Battlefields

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when registering battlefields.

    Series: Guidance

  • Agriculture

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when scheduling archaeological sites associated with agriculture.

    Series: Guidance

  • Water Meadows

    This short guide provides an introduction to the history and typology of water meadows. It is intended to support the scheduling selection guide on Agriculture.

    Series: Guidance

  • Commemorative and Funerary

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when scheduling archaeological sites associated with commemorative and funerary practice.

    Series: Guidance

  • Commercial sites

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when designating archaeological sites associated with commerce.

    Series: Guidance

  • Culture, Entertainment and Sport

    A guide to outline the selection criteria used when scheduling archaeological sites associated with culture, entertainment and sport.

    Series: Guidance

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