"This conference will provide a unique global perspective on the issues and challenges
of creatively sourcing and managing funding for heritage projects."
Securing the right investment is the biggest challenge for the built heritage sector
today. Global issues and local outcomes are increasingly intertwined in the 21st
century, while resources are more constrained than ever.
This conference will provide a unique global perspective on the issues and challenges
of creatively sourcing and managing funding for heritage projects, and delivering
successful local outcomes and benefits.
The conference will be of essential interest to professionals in the heritage and
built environment sectors including planners, architects, surveyors, project organisers
and engineers with heritage interests, conservation specialists, community, civic,
charity and building preservation trust representatives and trustees, policy developers,
heritage and cultural industries managers and consultants, local authority managers,
politicians and decision makers.
All delegates are invited to the Lord Provost of Glasgow's Civic Reception in the
City Chambers on the Thursday evening.
Glasgow is a city celebrated internationally for its successful transformation using
its unique architectural legacy. The conference will be held in the stunning historic
venues of The Old Fruitmarket and City Chambers, and tours to award-winning regeneration
and conservation projects in the region will take place as part of the conference.