Technical Workshop Edinburgh

World Heritage UK Technical Meeting on Management planning – Edinburgh Jan 25/26 2016

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Introduction

This meeting was aimed at World Heritage practitioners, and took place in the offices of Historic Environment Scotland (HES), Edinburgh, on Jan 25th and 26th 2016.  Its focus was on WH Site Management planning, looking at current guidelines, good practice, effectiveness and case studies.  This post gives the presentations and notes from the 2 day event.  Our thanks go to HES for supporting the event, and for being such outstanding hosts.

Final programme

The final programme for the event can be found here:
WH:UK Technical Workshop Final Programme

Presentations

Please remember that the copyright of presentations and content lies with the authors, so please contact them should you wish to use any material contained therein. 

Day 1

Sam Rose, Chair, WH:UK.  World Heritage UK updates
Presentation slides

Tony Crouch, Vice-chair, WH:UK. Identifying the scope
Management Planning Expectations

Christopher Young, independent consultant
Presentation slides
Presentation final speaking notes
WHS Management guidance documentation

Susan Denyer, ICOMOS UK
Presentation slides

Day 2

Sue Stolton, Equilibrium research
Presentation slides

Case studies:

Will Garrett – Edinburgh WHS – Presentation
Beth Thomas – Stonehenge and Avebury – Presentation
John Scott – Frontiers of the Roman Empire: Hadrian’s Wall – Presentation
Miles Oglethorpe – Forth Bridge – Presentation

Workshop session:

Combined Feedback from final session

Attendees list

The final participant list is available Delegate list Edinburgh Jan 2016

Feedback

Feedback is available here: WH UK Edinburgh Technical Meeting Feedback

Acknowledgements

Our thanks to Historic Environment Scotland, Edinburgh City Council (for the walking tour) and all speakers and participants for coming along and making it such an enjoyable and stimulating event.

World Heritage UK Conference presentations and Minister’s video: Saltaire 2015

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Introduction

The first WH:UK Conference took place in elegant Victoria Hall, in the World Heritage Site of Saltaire, Bradford, on October 14th & 15th 2015.  This post gives the presentations from the 2 day event.  Photos can be seen on a different post, here, and  the outputs from the workshop sessions and participant feedback will be posted shortly.

Final programme

The final programme for the event can be found here.

Presentations

Please remember that the copyright of presentations and content lies with the authors, so please contact them should you wish to use any material contained therein. 

Day 1

Sam Rose, Chair, WH:UK.  Opening remarks
Sam Rose speech 2015 final

Tracey Crouch MP, Minister for Heritage and Tourism

Peter Debrine, Programme Specialist Sustainable Tourism, UNESCO
Peter de Brine UNESCO

James Beresford, CEO Visit England
James Berresford Visit England

Professor Mike Robinson, Ironbridge Institute, University of Birmingham
Mike Robinson Part of Something Really Special

Sue Davies, Canadian Rockies Case Study
Sue Davies Canadian Rockies

Manon Antoniazzi, Chief Executive Officer – Tourism and Marketing for Wales at The Welsh Government
Manon Antoniazzi Welsh Government

Dr Sam Rose, Jurassic Coast WHS Manager
Sam Rose Jurassic Coast Case Study

Helen Manlagen, Chair, Culture Ctte, Uk National Commission for UNESCO
Helen Maclagen UKNC UNESCO

Remi Delaplanque, Châteaux de la Loire network
Remi Deleplanque Loire Valley

Day 2

Deborah Boden, WHS Coordinator, Cornish and West Devon Mining Landscapes
Deborah Boden Cornish Mining WHS Tourism Oct 2015

Adam Wilkinson, Chief Executive, Edinburgh World Heritage
Adam Wilkinson City of Edinburgh

Max Bryant, National Trust General Manager, North Coast, Northern Ireland
Max Bryant Giant’s Causeway

 

Attendees list

The final participant list is available here.

Acknowledgements

Our thanks to Bradford City Council, Historic England, the Victoria Hall staff, our Tour Guides and all participants for coming along and making it such an enjoyable and stimulating event.

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