Making the most of your heritage assets
The future of local historic environment services
By Owain Lloyd-James
Aimed at local authorities, in particular local councillors, Heritage Champions and Portfolio Holders, it demonstrates the vital role of local authority heritage services (both archaeological and historic building conservation) in the conservation and promotion of their local historic environment. Through a series of case studies it shows how local authorities are:
- supporting their heritage services;
- looking at new models of service delivery;
- working with the voluntary sector;
- embedding the historic environment within local priorities; and
- contributing to the growth agenda.
It also highlights the need for local authorities to have access to appropriate levels of expertise so that decisions affecting the historic environment are based on sound and well informed information.
- Foreword by English Heritage
- Foreword by the Local Government Association
- The Historic Environment
- Innovative Practice
- Case Studies
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
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Also of interest...
Support and advice for Heritage Champions and others with a similar prominent role in local issues that concern the historic environment.
This page sets out Historic England’s advice to support local authorities and communities in protecting the special historic places in their area.
This page looks at how heritage services within local authorities are adapting to shrinking budgets.