Conservation management plans can be a useful tool to help you understand the historical significance and condition of historic buildings and how best to manage them.

Working with key stakeholders, the Heritage Planning team can develop a programme of repairs in addition to a clear action plan and set of policies which can set out how best to conserve the buildings or site for future uses.

Heritage conservation management plans can be invaluable in developing informed management strategies for historic buildings and sites. Buildings and sites that would benefit from Heritage conservation management plans include:

  • Country houses
  • Farmsteads
  • Registered parks and gardens
  • Places of worship
  • Public buildings
  • Universities and Colleges

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Our experts
Emma Healey BA (hons), MSt, IHBC
Senior Heritage Planner
Planning & Development