Managing Built Heritage is published by Wiley in May 2016. This book has 280 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-1118298756.
This new edition examines management of built heritage through the use of values-led decision making, based on an understanding of the significance of the cultural asset. It considers how significance is assessed and used as an effective focus and driver for management strategies and processes.
The authors consider key policies and procedures that need to be implemented to help ensure effective management. The book will be useful for specialists in built heritage – conservation officers, heritage managers, architects, planners, engineers and surveyors – as well as for facilities and estates managers whose building stock includes protected or designated structures or buildings in conservation or other historic areas.
- describes management strategies and tools for a wide range of built heritage assets
- a reflective and informative guide on current conservation management
- explains how understanding and using conservation values (significance ) is essential to the protection of the built heritage
- uses real-life examples to draw out best practice