6 case studies were found
Queenborough and Rushenden
Queenborough and its neighbouring residential suburb Rushenden are situated on the Isle of Sheppey off the north Kent coast, close to extensive marshland of both historic and nature conservation interes.
ASSESSMENT AND CHARACTERISATION
St Peter and St Paul’s church in Yalding
St Peter and St Paul’s church in Yalding, Kent, is a Grade I listed building located at the heart of a village community.
DESIGN IN CONTEXT; EDUCATION AND OUTREACH; RE-USE; SOCIAL INCLUSION & ACCESS
Thames Gateway Characterisation Study
The Thames Gateway project is the largest characterisation study ever undertaken. It will enable planning decisions to be based on an understanding of the rich historic environment in the Thames gateway, and maximise the benefits that this can bring.
Assessment and Characterisation, Regeneration
Gravesend Historic Port
Gravesend Historic Thames riverside port- building confidence in undervalued heritage through the aid of Conservation Area Partnership schemes (CAPS) and Heritage Economic Regeneration Schemes (HERS).
Dungeness: Precise dating of the largest gravel cuspate foreland in Britain reveals the history of storms, sea-level, and coastal evolution in the eastern English channel over the past 5000 years, informing the management of the archaeology on the foreland and the shoreline.
Assessment and Characterisation, Management Plans
New Road and Star Hill to Sun Pier CAP Scheme
Rochester and Chatham- upgrading the long high street of a historic garrison and dockyard settlement through the aid of Conservation Area Partnership schemes (CAPS).
Funding, Regeneration, Repair, Reconstruction & Restoration