The module focuses on the various theoretical and practical concepts in the field of conservation and heritage and the different values and interests which they reflect. It also examines the relevance of these concepts and values to operational practice in the conservation and regeneration of the built environment. It critically examines the politics and philosophy of conservation, underpinning present policies and practice, including those relating to sustainability and reuse of built resources. The module provides an introduction and critical examination of the legal measures which exist to preserve and enhance the historic environment and a review of how these powers may operate in practice. It examines the public policy framework to achieve implementation of conservation and regeneration objectives and the agencies involved in the process.

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Conservation and Regeneration: Theory, Law and Practice Semester 1 21/01/2021 14:15:23