The Heritage Alliance provides the secretariat for the Historic Environment Forum (HEF – formerly HEREC).
The HEF is the high level cross-sectoral committee, bringing together chief executives and policy officers from public and non-government heritage bodies to strengthen advocacy work and communications and to co-ordinate initiatives such as the annual audit of the historic environment - Heritage Counts.
The nine Regional Historic Environment Forums (RHEFs) have their own webpage here.
Mr John Sell CBE – Joint Committee of National Amenity Societies
ALGAO (Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers)
Architectural Heritage Fund
Black Environment Network
British Property Federation
Campaign to Protect Rural England
Church of England Cathedrals & Church Buildings Division
Council for British Archaeology
Country Land and Business Association
Historic Towns Forum
The Heritage Alliance
Heritage Lottery Fund
Historic Houses Association
Historic Royal Palaces
Institute for Archaeologists
Institute of Historic Building Conservation
Joint Committee of National Amenity Societies
The National Trust
Historic Religious Buildings@the Alliance
28 February, 16 May and 19 September.
Recent HEF submissions:
- 3rd report on Local Authority Staff Resources www.helm.org.uk/LASR HEF members brought this Report, measuring the dramatic loss of historic environment expertise in Local Authorities, to the attention of Heritage Champions and Chief Executives in Local Authorities in England, supporting the case with Why Your Local Authority needs Historic Environment specialists 25 August 2011
- HEF submission to CLG on the National Planning Policy Framework (28 February 2011)
Minutes of HEF meetings:
Minutes of the HEF in 2011 will be posted below. For archived minutes and papers (pre 2011) click here.
HEF Minutes 17 5 12