Members of Historic Environment Scotland’s Heritage Team and Stirling Council will discuss how they manage change to Scotland’s built heritage, both in strategic terms as well as practical matters. This includes how proposals to alter listed buildings or build new developments in conservation areas are reviewed, considered and determined both fairly and transparently.
A networking lunch will provide you with the opportunity to continue discussions and explore the Engine Shed.
Our full-day experience includes an afternoon tour through Stirling’s Old Town to discuss recent developments in the conservation area, key buildings of concern for the council and other matters affecting the significance of the city’s historic townscape.
We will end with day with further discussion and refreshment at one of Stirling’s oldest pubs.
understand how buildings, monuments, sites and areas are protected (and by whom) and how change is managed in Scotland
recognise how the cultural significance of Scotland’s traditional buildings and places is determined and how this informs decisions on applications to repair, alter or demolish
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