Sustainable Growth for Historic Places
This latest volume of Constructive Conservation shows the many ways in which historic buildings can contribute to job creation, business growth and economic prosperity.
It explains what can be achieved when Historic England is among a multi-disciplined problem-solving team taking a positive and collaborative approach to conservation and managing change. By demonstrating our philosophy of Constructive Conservation in action, these case studies emphasise the balance between understanding significance and accommodating necessary alterations to ensure the continued use and enjoyment of historic buildings, monuments and landscapes.
- Hotels & Accommodation
- Transport & Travel
- Education & Skills
- Culture, Leisure & Tourism
- Retail & Office Space
- Industry & Infrastructure
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Product Code: 51814
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Find out more about constructive conservation, our positive, well-informed, collaborative approach to conservation and our guiding principles.
This page provides information on the evidence base and Historic England’s advice about heritage and growth.