Conservation Areas – History, Use and How to Assess Them
6 February 2020 at 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
A three session course...15 hours for £60, concessions available. (6th, 13th & 20th February 2020.)
Join our Conservation Project Manager Matt Bentley at Fydell House, Boston for this 3 session course.
The first conservation areas were designated in 1967 under the Civic Amenities Act, and there are now nearly 10,000 in England. Conservation Areas can be created where a local planning authority identifies an area of special architectural or historic interest, which deserves careful management to protect that character. There are many different types including:
The centres of our historic villages, towns and cities
Fishing and mining villages
18th, 19th and 20th-century suburbs
Model housing estates, including late 20th century housing projects
Country houses set in their historic parks
Historic transport links and their environs, such as stretches of canal and railway and airfields
Industrial heritage sites.
This course will explain the history and development of conservation areas and how they protect the historic environment today. The group will undertake desk-based learning into how to assess important features in the historic environment and then go on a practical tour to assess a historic conservation area and its positive characteristics.
This course starts on 6th February 2020 and continues on 13th & 20th February 2020. (10am - 3pm each day).
Tea, coffee & biscuits provided.
Booking is essential. For an enrolment form please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01529 461499. If you are a member of Heritage Lincolnshire you will be eligible for a discounted rate of £45.
This lifelong learning course is part of the Grow programme organised by the Lincolnshire County Council Community Learning service. We aim to attract new learners and courses are open to all aged 19 and over on 31 August 2019.