In order to identify the heritage requirements of your project, we suggest an initial consultation. This allows us to gain a comprehensive sense of how our Archaeology & Heritage Consultancy Team can help you achieve the best outcome for the both the historic environment itself and your proposed scheme.
Whether your project involves repairs to a Listed Building, a new development within a heritage context such as a Conservation Area or the Heritage-Led Regeneration of your Townscape, an Archaeology & Heritage Consultant can help by providing: • Heritage conservation advice • Heritage Impact Assessments • Statements of Significance • Setting Assessments • Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment • Archival Research • Heritage Action Plans • Conservation Area Appraisals • Conservation Management Plans • Historic Landscape and Townscape Character Assessments • Supplementary Planning Documents, such as Shopfront Design Guides • Heritage at Risk Surveys • Condition Surveys
Conservation Management Plans can be a vital tool to provide a framework for your project. We can design 3-5- or 10-year plans for individual buildings, Conservation Areas or Townscapes to ensure that the interventions confer the best possible value upon the interventions. We offer three services dependent on your requirements: • DESIGN: we will develop a new Conservation Management Plan that includes an Assessment of Current Knowledge, Statement of Significance, Photographic & Written Description, Issues & Opportunities, Policies and Risks • IMPLEMENTATION: providing your plan in the best format for your project is vital to its success. For longer-term and larger schemes, we can provide innovative implementation formats to ensure that the documents evolve with the changing requirements of the project. • REVIEW: We will evaluate the success of the Conservation Management Plan at the end of the project and devise new plans to ensure the continued application of conservation principles beyond the initial scope of the scheme.