Historic Towns and Villages Forum (HTVF) invites applicants to Board: details by 4 March.

logoThe Historic Towns and Villages Forum (HTVF) invites applicants to join its Board, with details to be submitted by 4 March.

HTVF writes:

Are you a senior local authority officer with responsibilities for conservation and design?  The Historic Towns and Villages Forum is interested to hear from members who have local authority experience to join its Board and contribute to the further development of its influence and activities.  The HTVF is now constituted as a not for profit limited company, and the Board meets around four times per year. Directors are expected to take responsibility for elements within the range of the Forum’s activities and promote greater interest in the benefits of membership, and greater participation in the services it offers.

Now in its 33rd year, the HTVF is developing a refreshed programme of events, reflecting its broader membership and the opportunities and challenges presented to those who wish to protect and enhance the features of historic settlements.  It will continue to provide better practice guidance and undertake research to support those who care for and manage change in historic places. We aim also to build stronger relationships with partner organisations that have complementary interests.

For more information, see our website www.htvf.org

If you are interested, please send your details to the Chair of the HTVF Steven Bee steven.bee@urbancounsel.co.uk by Monday 4  March 2019.

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