Saturday 20th October 
Regeneration in Conservation Conversation
9.45am - 10.30am

Sarah McLeod

Sarah is currently the Chief Executive of Wentworth Woodhouse and is overseeing a £42 million restoration project at the stately home.

Until 2017 Sarah was CEO of Cromford Mills, leading the £48 million project at the World Heritage Site. She joined the Arkwright Society in 2002 as Administrator for the Phase 1 Heritage Lottery Fund project and over the course of the next 7 years rose to Visitor Services Manager, Assistant Director, Deputy Director and finally was appointed Chief Executive in 2009.

A published writer she has made regular contributions to journals including Interdisciplinary Science Review, Greener Management International and currently writes a monthly column for Derbyshire Life magazine. Sarah makes regular contributions to local BBC Radio as a news commentator and is an active member of ERIH, the European Route of Industrial Heritage, sitting on the UK Steering Group.

11am - 12.30pm

Workshop

01/19 - 01/23

What is the future for conservation areas?  With a 36% decrease in local conservation officers since 2006,we will show different communities can play a role in supporting the historic environment and discuss with us and answer the question “what is the future for conservation areas?

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Workshop

01/19 - 01/23

Too often planners and architects assume the professionals know best. In this workshop, Charles Campion and RTPI will shows us how involving communities in placemaking on the contrary delivers better, transformative designs that gain community support and much better outcomes.

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Workshop

01/19 - 01/23

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12:30-1.30pm

Lunch and exhibitors

1.30pm - 3pm

Workshop 1

WORKSHOP: Conservation and Regeneration of heritage buildings

Churches Conservation Trust delivers major ‘new use’ projects for churches. Learn how they have been successful in the Civic Voice Awards. They will share skills of working with local people, communities and businesses to deliver extraordinary projects. Join this workshop to see how you can help heritage, conservation and regeneration projects  in your local area

 

Workshop 2

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Walking Tour 

WORKSHOP: What is the Future of Conservation Areas?

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Workshop 3

TBC

Walking Tour 

WORKSHOP: What is the Future of Conservation Areas?

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3pm - 3.30pm

Tea and Coffee

3.30pm - 4.30pm

Societies sharing success in sixty minutes

Growing your society

 

Civic Conservation Audit

 

Northern Powerhouse (fringe)

Oxford-Cambridge Corridor (fringe)

 

4.30pm - 4.45pm

Conference plenary

13-15 Fleet Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B3 1JP

Tel: 0121 792 8177

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