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Conservation Bulletin 63

The historic environment is also the place where people live. If local communities know about and value the history of their neighbourhood they are much more likely to care about its future.


  • Editorial p2
  • Places Matter to People p3
  • Local engagement in a global context p3
  • Liverpool: enticing people to engage p6
  • The Building Exploratory p8
  • The Avebury Residents’ Pack p10
  • An Australian perspective p12
  • The Psychology of Engagement p15
  • Communities in action p15
  • Perceptions of place p17
  • There’s no place like home p20
  • Monuments, memory and identity p22
  • Titan Clydebank p24
  • The Shoreditch Light Bar p27
  • Acting Locally p28
  • Owning the future p28
  • Heritage and Beyond p30
  • The Heritage Alliance p32
  • The listening developer p35
  • Oxford: a sense of belonging p37
  • Lincoln Townscape Assessment p39
  • Harnessing Stockport’s heritage p41
  • Engaging communities p42
  • ‘Berwick‘s Future’ partnership p44
  • The Corner Shop engages p46
  • Engagement through archives p47
  • News p50
  • The National Monuments Record p52
  • Legal Developments p54
  • New Publications p55

Additional Information

  • Series: Conservation Bulletin
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51579
  • ISSN: 0753-8674


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