Heritage management

Heritage Management aims at providing a framework to conserve the cultural heritage of a historic building/ site through a Heritage Management plan. This wide realm includes protection and enhancement of the architectural, archaeological, historical, associational, landscape and natural assets along with their settings. It is directed towards improving the understanding of the heritage property and its interpretation and use as an educational resource. The plan is intended to support the local community in its cultural, social and economic vitality.


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“These old buildings (Tangible Heritage) do not belong to us alone; they belonged to our forefathers and they will belong to our descendants unless we pay them false. They are not in any sense our property to do as we like with them. We are only trustees for those that come after us”
- William Morris, 1877- Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings)