| Bishopwearmouth Townscape
Heritage Officer Judith Miller, Chair of the MAC Trust and Leighton Director Paul Callaghan, SV Rutter Building Services Historic Buildings Surveyor George Wouldhave, National Lottery Heritage Fund Senior Investment Manager Chris Harland, Katherine Whitehead of Ainsworth Spark Architects and City Councillor and Deputy Cabinet Member for Housing and Regeneration Kevin Johnston.
Focusing on Academy Street, the Inverness Townscape
Heritage Project (ITHP) involves funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic Environment Scotland (HES) via the Inverness City Heritage Trust (ICHT) and The Highland Council.
The Northwich Townscape
Heritage Project focuses on funding improvements to some of the unique traditional timber-framed buildings in Witton Street and High Street.
Heritage initiative aims to create a smart and welcoming environment by improving and enhancing the quality of Dewsbury's heritage buildings, and it sounds like Mood Developments have similar aims for the old pub so, hopefully, we will be able to support them with a grant.
"The site has been vacant and underdeveloped for many years now but these plans - aided by HLF Townscape
Heritage grant funding - will enable us to completely transform this area and will complement the work at the nearby transport museum and grammar school.
"A thorough assessment of the visual impact of the proposed development on the city's townscape
and the setting of heritage assets will be presented within the planning application."
From this contents analysis, researchers have come out with the theoretical framework for characteristic of heritage and cultural waterfront development in role to understanding about the roles of urban form in creates a good cultural and heritage townscape
Heritage T Initiative aims to repair and encourage new uses for the town centre's historic buildings.
Stained glass window "This is believed to have been designed by a German stained glass artist as it depicts a quite unusual design of a German townscape
First published in the 1960s, The Italian Townscape
was written by Hubert de Cronin Hastings under his pseudonym of Ivor de Wolfe, and presents photographs taken by him and his wife Hazel as it explores his original concept of 'townscape
' and its importance to urban areas as dynamic, emerging public spaces.
gs e This scene, captured in 1910, reveals not only how Cardiff has changed in character in the 100 years since the photograph was taken, but also how its townscape
has almost miraculously escaped unscathed.