The Heritage Alliance’s (THA) has made available the summary of their September #HeritageChat on Historic High Streets, which took place on 19 September, a theme that looks ahead to IHBC’s 2020 Brighton Annual School, on ‘Old Towns : New Futures’ on 18-20 June.
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We would like to thank everyone who contributed to this month’s Heritage Chat on Historic High Streets, which took place on 19 September.
September’s #HeritageChat followed on from our previous chat in June about Historic High Streets and the future role they will play in society. This time the Constructive, Conservation and Sustainable Management working group chose to discuss what non-funding support could help local authorities and communities to regenerate their historic high streets. Participants looked at what role national organisations could play in this and what skills gaps there are that inhibit progress. Throughout the chat, excellent examples were shared of communities coming together to support their local high streets.
You can read a full summary on Historic High Streets HERE.
For next year’s IHBC School, on ‘Old Towns : New Futures’ – see Brighton2020.ihbc.org.uk, where you sign up for updates and the IHBC’s 2020 School alerts, and you can follow twitter updates at #IHBCBrighton2020