Conservation Management Plans

At its very simplest, a Conservation Plan is a document which states why a place is significant and what policies there are to ensure that significance is retained. It is basically an archaeological and historical assessment of a building or site which has been taken one step further, so the understanding is translated into specific policies for caring for what is important about the site. A Conservation Plan is a useful document for any historic site and could be used either to help secure funding or manage sympathetic changes to a Listed building.  Our Conservation Plans include a thorough historical background of the building/site, phasing, assessment of significance and what is important to conserve with recommendations. We include a Building Gazetteer on Levels of Significance/Condition /Conservation Management.

Medieval- before the Dissolution and destruction of the Monasteries 1536
Georgian House Styles 1715-1790-Palladian/Neo-Classicism
Elizabethan /Jacobean House Styles 1560-1660 included Renaissance and Dutch Styles
Regency House Styles 1790-1830 Neo-Classicism/Greek Revival/Picturesque/Gothick