NEW DATE - Lunch & learn: Heritage in major development masterplanning

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Contributing to the creation of sustainable places where people want to live and work is one of the public benefits that archaeology can deliver.

 

 

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NEW DATE - Unfortunately, owing to presenter availability, this presentation that was originally due to take place on Wednesday, 3 November has been rescheduled to 1 December. 

If you have previously registered, your registration will be carried across to this new date. Registrations have also now reopened. If you are a non-member who has previously registered and are no longer able to attend on this new date, please contact conference@archaeologists.net to arrange a refund of the registration fee.

 

Description

Waterbeach Barracks has a rich history, which has been shaped by the people living and working there for centuries. This is reflected in the landscape and features, and in the many physical and emotional connections it has with the communities that surround it. The future vision has drawn on these to enhance the unique legacy we have inherited and reimagine it for 21st Century sustainable living.’ (Our story - Waterbeach Barracks)

Contributing to the creation of sustainable places where people want to live and work is one of the public benefits that archaeology can deliver. In this webinar, Quinton Carroll, Head of Natural and Historic Environment Service at Cambridgeshire County Council will illustrate how early engagement and collaborative working between multiple stakeholders can put archaeology and heritage at the heart of major development masterplanning.



Featured presenters

  • Quinton Carroll, Head of Natural and Historic Environment Service at Cambridgeshire County Council


Additional information
The event start/end times indicated below are for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC + 0). The Zoom details will be sent to registered attendees the morning of the event.

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If you have any questions at all or require any assistance in registering or accessing this event, please contact the CIfA Events team: conference@archaeologists.net

 

December 1st, 2021 12:00 PM (GMT/UTC+0)   to   1:00 PM (GMT/UTC+0)
Standard event registration (GBP)
CIfA member £ 0.00
Non member £ 15.00
CIfA event bursary recipient £ 0.00

Standard event registration (GBP)
CIfA member £ 0.00
Non member £ 15.00
CIfA event bursary recipient £ 0.00