ONLINE: Conservation challenges in the post-industrial North East

 

Wednesday 14th April 2021

11.00-11.40am 

Live online event

Join Dr Michael Short, Principal Teaching Fellow in Planning and Heritage at the Bartlett School of Planning, to explore some of the challenges in seeking to conserve the historic environment in the North East. Drawing on range of recent case studies, Michael will explore conservation debates and practice in a context of weak investment, pressure for regeneration, and conflicts over the value and significance of heritage assets.

 

Please head to Eventbrite to book tickets. By purchasing a ticket you will also receive a copy of the recording in case you are unable to make the live event or if you want to rewatch.

Tickets are complimentary for our Saviours / £5 for Friends / £6 for Members of the Public. To find out more about supporting SAVE and receiving discounts on future events please visit our our Support Us page.

The event will be taking place online via Zoom. Please ensure that you have the software downloaded prior to the event - click here for more information.

 

Image: Newcastle’s Tyne Bridge (Credit: Wikipedia)