The Setting of Heritage Assets and Places
The setting of buildings, monuments and historic areas is fundamental to how people appreciate their cultural value and significance. But it is a complex and contentious issue for decision-makers. In the context of official guidance and wide-ranging experience of practical casework, this course explains why the setting of historic places matters, and the principles and practical skills of sound assessment and decision-making.
The course will be of particular interest to those involved with heritage issues in planning decisions, especially major developments affecting sensitive locations. Such involvement could be as planning or heritage consultants; planning officers; agency regulators; historic environment curators; or representatives of amenity societies or other voluntary bodies. It will also be of use to those who commission studies such as conservation plans, heritage assessments or specialist studies for strategic and project scale environmental assessments.
WEDNESDAY 5 APRIL 2017
9.00am Course registration, coffee/tea
9.30am Preliminary outline of course and introductions
9.45am Introduction: Principles, Guidance and Examples
11.30am Making the case: setting issues from a legal perspective
David Woolley QC
1.30pm Principles of visual assessment and its communication
2.30pm Setting issues in managing heritage properties of national
and international significance - Karin Taylor
3.45pm Windfarms and the setting of heritage assets and places
4.45pm Archaeology and setting - a view from a National Park
8.00pm History in the view: some Oxford perspectives
THURSDAY 6 APRIL 2017
8.00am Breakfast (residents only)
9.00am Field trip briefing - George Lambrick
9.20am Field trip - led by George Lambrick with Michael Pirie
12.20pm Completion of field assessments and discussion - led by
2.00pm Tall buildings, history in the view and setting issues
3.00pm Mitigating setting effects on linear transport schemes
4.00pm Final Q&A session and overall discussion - led by George
4.15pm Tea/coffee and Course disperses
National Occupational Standards for Archaeology: Contributes to the Performance criteria and Knowledge and Understanding requirements for CCSAPAD1 Characterise the archaeological resource and recommend action
National Occupational Standards for Town Planning/Conservation/Building Control: Contributes to the Performance, knowledge and understanding requirements for COSTPCBCB51.1 Identify and assess significant factors influencing the project proposals in conservation and building control and COSBEDCL4O02 Provide ethical advice, judgement and service in planning, conservation and building control.
Accommodation for this course is at Rewley House for Wednesday night only.
Depending on availability it may also be possible to extend your stay, please enquire at the time of booking for availability and prices.
All bedrooms are modern, comfortably furnished and each room has tea and coffee making facilities, Freeview television, and Free WiFi and private bath or shower rooms.
Tuition includes coffee/tea: £375.00
Baguette Lunch Wednesday & Thursday: £8.80
Dinner Wednesday evening: £18.25
Full Hot Lunch Wednesday & Thursday: £26.00
Single B&B Wednesday night: £72.60
Payment of fees must be made in full at the time of booking. Please note that businesses and organisations can be invoiced on provision of a Purchase Order and completed application form. These can be emailed to the CWHE Programme Administrator, email: email@example.com
Mr Stephen Carter
Mr Ian Houlston
Mr George Lambrick
Independent Archaeology and Heritage Consultant
Dr Richard Morrice
Planning Advice and Reform, Historic England
Mr Julian T Munby
Julian Munby works on historic buildings and landscapes for Oxford Archaeology, has been researching the history of Oxford for many years, with a special interest in its buildings and in drawn views of the city. He has wide interests in cultural studies from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, and he is a regular lecturer for OUDCE.
Mr Michael P Pirie
TutorHead Gardener of Green Templeton College, Oxford and Part-Time Tutor for OUDCE
Mr Ken Smith
Peak District National Park
Ms Karin Taylor
Mr David Woolley
David Woolley QC, Formerly Landmark Chambers
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