Transforming Places: revitalising historic high streets 

Transforming Places: revitalising historic high streets 

A pay-to-view recording of this popular online talk by Matthew Mckeague

Date: 
07/04/2021 - 30/04/2021
REF: 

SL/21

Audience: 
Introductory, General Interest, CPD, Leisure Learning
Location: 
Virtual event: held online
United Kingdom
Price: 

SPAB members - £5 pp

Non-members - £6 pp

Event details

Transforming Places: revitalising historic high streets
A pay-to-view recording of this popular online talk by Matthew Mckeague
Recorded Online Lecture (originally held live online on 11 March 2021) - available until midnight 30 April 2021.
SPAB members - £5 pp 
Non-members - £6 pp

“Ordinary” town centre heritage – those familiar high street buildings that house shops, local services, small businesses and projects – often goes unremarked and underappreciated, and can fall into serious decline. Yet these places are a vital part of our built environment and, if well cared for and used, can be assets that contribute to a community’s quality of life and create a strong sense of place in an increasingly homogenised world. The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF), a body bringing together local heritage bodies and other community led organisations, launched its Transforming Places initiative in 2019. Alongside other strategic programmes to encourage high street regeneration - Historic England’s Heritage Action Zones and the government’s Future High Street Fund – the AHF’s scheme is providing grants and targeted support to improve town centre buildings and bring them back into use. AHF’s Chief Executive, Matthew Mckeague, will describe the aims of Transforming Places and progress so far.

This recorded talk will be available to view on demand until midnight 30 April 2021 only. We thank Matthew Mckeague for allowing us to extend the viewing period of this popular talk.
 

IT requirements: Please note that this is an online talk presented through a webinar platform. To view the presentation, all you need is an internet connection and a laptop, computer or phone with the ability to play video and audio.    

Accessibility: please contact the SPAB before booking to discuss any special access requirements.

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