Conservation Management Planning

Preserving the historical and cultural value of heritage assets such as buildings, parks, cemeteries, ships, or road vehicles presents a range of challenges to owners and managers.

The assets are often under threat from development, or must be adapted to meet modern safety and disabled access legislation. If the heritage significance of these assets is fully understood, it is possible to adapt and develop the assets to achieve their continuing viable use, in such a way that their heritage significance is also enhanced.

Eura draws on its expertise in conservation, historical research, archaeology, and project management to prepare Conservation Management Plans which investigate the history, fabric, research potential and importance to the community of a heritage item. Constraints and opportunities for re-use or development are examined, as well as how proposals can be achieved in line with identified conservation policies.

Eura can also prepare Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) applications on behalf of clients.

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