2 Asset types, their managers and management implications.
3 Cultural Significance.
4 Conservation plans.
5 Managing use and change – aspects of site management
- Section 1 Management plans
- Section 2 Maintenance management
- Section 3 Management tools for historic areas
- Section 4 Heritage impact assessments
- Section 5 Management agreements
- Section 6 Design and Care guides and Quality standards guidance
6 Epilogue – Sustainable Development
"It is a highly informative text and, therefore, must be invaluable to those who are part of this very specialised area of the construction industry/academia." (Building Engineer)
'Set out in a clear print, with good use of colour, visual illustrations and abundant real-life examples and cases (clearly set out in highlighted boxes), this volume would definitely make a great supplementary, or even core text, for students of built heritage conservation . While the specialists would appreciate the new evaluation approach presented by the authors, I believe the book would be a useful read for all built environment professionals. The evaluation approach is applicable to all contemporary structures and this book is certainly worth consideration for facilities management professionals.' (Facilities)
- Shows how 'cultural significance' can help protect and manage the built cultural heritage is conceived, identified and protected.
- Describes management strategies and tools for a wide range of assets