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Dr Loes Veldpaus delivers talk at RTPI NE Heritage seminar

Veldpaus discussed "Theory and Practice" within "Managing Development in the Historic Environment: Risks and Opportunities"

The Royal Town Planning Institute North East held its first CPD Seminar of the year on Monday 4 February, focusing on Managing Development in the Historic Environment: Risks and Opportunities. The day featured talks from:

  • Nick Bridgland, Heritage Director at Lichfields, discussing the Protection of Heritage Assests
  • Eric Branse-Instone, Listing Adviser at Historic England, discussing "What is a Listed Building?"
  • Bryan Harris, Senior Conservation Officer at Durham County Council, discussing "Collaborative Conservation - Producing the Durham City"
  • Oonagh Cranley and Isobel Jackson, Senior Heritage Consultants at Lichfields, led a workshop session based around "Assessing the Impact of Development Proposals"
  • Loes Veldpaus from the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape delivered a talk on "Theory and Practice
  • Ben Elliott, Director of Elliott Architects, closed the seminar with a discussion on "Contemporary Architecture in Heritage Contexts - Enhancing Quality through Design"
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Dr Loes Veldpaus at the RTPI NE Seminar

published on: 4 February 2019