Historic Environment - Local Management: Information and training from English Heritage and partners for decision makers in local authorities

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Shared statements of ambition represent a powerful new consensus for the future of the historic environment in the East Midlands. They offer good practice for managing heritage, and specific action plans for the region’s most treasured places.more


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  • PDFTheft of Metal from Church Buildings (163 Kb)
    This guidance note sets out English Heritage’s response to the epidemic of lead theft which is affecting historic buildings and, in particular, parish churches. We recognise that any theft brings frustration, expense and inconvenience to congregations. Preventing future thefts is paramount, but dealing with the unfortunate aftermath in an appropriate way is also very important.

  • PDFEnvironmental Archaeology: A Guide to the Theory and Practice of Methods, fromSampling and Recovery to Post-excavation (second edition) (4205 Kb)
    This document provides guidance for good practice in environmental archaeology It gives practical advice on the applications and methods of environmental archaeology within archaeological projects It should not replace advice given by specialists on specific projects, nor is it intended that these guidelines should inhibit future development of methodologies or recommended procedures.

  • PDFShared Statements of Ambition for Conserving and Enjoying the Local Historic Environment Part A: Heritage Leadership (1143 Kb)
    Shared Statements of Ambition for the historic environment set out a strategy for realising the benefits of heritage in each local authority area in the East Midlands.