Announcing Our New Chair

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The Heritage Alliance is delighted to announce that Pam Alexander OBE has agreed to be our new Chair from 4 November 2021.  Pam has many years’ experience of leading strategies and schemes in economic development and urban regeneration and was CEO of English Heritage from …

Diversity & Accessibility in the Heritage Sector – Share Your Views

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We are working to better understand Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility in the Heritage sector through two UK-wide surveys (linked below). We encourage as many organisations as possible to complete both surveys and ask that you please pass the details on to your colleagues and contacts across the sector- we …

Heritage-led Regeneration and Cultural Placemaking

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This blog has been written by Jason Jones-Hall, Project Director of Pioneering Places – the largest of the Great Place Schemes, jointly funded by Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund. Levelling-up and Pioneering Places Through both emerging national policy and complementary public funding …

Our Summary of the Recent Planning Announcements

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At a ‘Building Beautiful Places’ event on 20 July, the Government launched new planning measures, through which it aims to improve local infrastructure, help the environment, champion neighbourhood design and boost health and wellbeing among communities. Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, launched the Office for …

Offers for Heritage Alliance Members

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Did you know that members of The Heritage Alliance can take advantage of a series of free offers from specialists across the heritage sector? Scroll down to see the offers that are currently available to our members, offered by organisations within our membership that support heritage organisations across …

Advice & Guidance from Historic England

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Historic England is working to update and collate its wide-ranging advice and guidance for the sector. It recently updated its page: ‘Latest Advice and Guidance‘, which includes new guidance on Peatlands and the Historic Environment and Purbeck Marble, as well as guidance on Graffiti on Historic Buildings and Local Heritage Listing.