Heritage Management Plans

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Defines areas of significance, highlights heritage assets, provides an impact assessment

 

What is a Heritage Management Plan?

A Heritage Management Plan (HMP) is a detailed report produced to identify sites of historic significance, and advise on how clients can capitalise on heritage assets. With a comprehensive knowledge of built heritage and archaeology laws, policies and practice , L ā€“ Pā€™s expert team are focused on creating the perfect balance between enabling access and ensuring focused long term conservation and preservation.

How is a Heritage Management Plan done?

With a comprehensive knowledge of built heritage and archaeology laws, policies and practice ,our expert team are focused on creating the perfect balance between enabling access and ensuring focused long term conservation and preservation. This can be applied to the creation of interpretation and education strategies, training and access plans, as well as larger scale heritage strategies.
Key aspects of our service include:

  • Monument condition surveys
  • Conservation Management Planning
  • Conservation appraisals and assessments
  • Archaeological resource management planning
When do you need a Heritage Management Plan?

In the development of sites such as sustainable new build schemes, historic waterways and World Heritage Sites. Some of our successful conservation plans cover internationally protected monuments, listed buildings and buried archaeology. These plans have included design and implementation of GIS-based recording systems, as well as input to design masterplan and to local planning guidance documents.

Need advice on outreach for applications and budgeting for heritage projects? We can help with that too.