Knowledge Exchange Network: Historic Environments
The Knowledge Exchange Network is exactly as the name suggests; an opportunity for experienced officers and practitioners to get together to share best practice, shout about the successes and strategise the challenges!
This session will enable you to discuss the ways that heritage can inform and enrich new development with like-minded professionals.
Chris Bath, BPTW
Please contact us if you are interested in sharing an exciting project you’ve been working on! Whether historic high streets, historic building conversions, historic landscapes, we’d love to hear about projects in your part of Kent. Get in touch with your project details, including the stage of the project and a synopsis of the key lessons learnt you’d like to share.
This Knowledge Exchange Network brings together planning, heritage and conservation officers and practitioners working on heritage projects or within conservation areas.
The Knowledge Exchange Network will include:
- live presentations by Kent Design members from across the county
- breakout rooms for smaller discussion groups
- a members only resource library of ‘watch again’ content, speaker presentations and key takeaways
Date: Thursday 4th February 2021
Time: 9.15 – 11am
Format: Interactive online
Non-Kent Design members:
There are a limited number of places available to non-members. Prices are £45+VAT pp and must be booked online here.
Image credit: Kingsdown House, Walters & Cohen