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The Social and Economic Value of the Marine Historic Environment: Issues and Opportunities

Front cover for Social and Economic Value of the Marine Historic Environment: Issues and Opportunities

Project number 7079

By Antony Firth

This report is an initial review of the social and economic contribution of tangible marine and maritime heritage to England. The report focuses on the commissioned consultant's view of the role for Historic England in further understanding and promoting these values.

This project builds on previous work with a wider remit, "The Social and Economic Benefits of Marine and Maritime Cultural Heritage", which was commissioned by the Honor Frost Foundation.

Antony Firth of the consultancy Fjordr carried out this commissioned project.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Key concepts
  3. Existing data and approaches
  4. Current debates
  5. Enhancing the social and economic value of the marine historic environment
  6. Conclusion and recommendations

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Pages: 47

If you require an alternative accessible version of this document please contact: Fjordr Limited Post Office House High Street, Tisbury SP3 6LD, UK email: info@fjordr.com

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