Join us on Tuesday 12 September for our annual building conservation conference. As discussions about the implications of Brexit continue, this year we will explore the potential consequences of Brexit for the building conservation sector – from both a UK and international perspective.
Whether in terms of funding, training, international collaborations and the free movement of people, there are many areas that may be impacted. Speakers will represent:
- UK-based organisations campaigning to maximise the advantage of Brexit for heritage
- European universities with conservation studies courses
- independent bodies who support homeowners in safeguarding their built environment
- governmental organisations tasked with protecting their national heritage
By the end of the day, participants will have heard pan-European views on this topic, and discussed and asked questions in the final forum section. Each will gain a more detailed understanding of how Brexit could impact our working environments, where opportunities lie and new insights from our international speakers.
£95 per person, to include teas/coffees and lunch.
£70 student rate, to include teas/coffees and lunch.
***Early bird rates save £10 on published prices – book online before 14 August 2017***
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction to the day
Building conservation in the UK and Brexit, Lizzie Glithero-West FSA, CEO, The Heritage Alliance
Presentation from Adam Wilkinson, Director, Edinburgh World Heritage and Europa Nostra Council Member
Presentation Ștefan Bâlici, Director General of the National Institute of Heritage, Romania
Presentation from Elo Lutsepp, Head of the Centre of Rural Architecture, Estonian Open Air Museum.
Presentation from Prof Ola Wetterberg, Chair in Conservation of Built Heritage, University of Gothenburg
Teas and coffees
Panel discussion with all speakers and questions invited on the day and in advance from the audience.
Closing remarks from conference chair.
Featured image: Eastwick Park Dairy, prior to dismantling. On-site work to re-erect this building is taking place from summer 2017-spring 2018.