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    Yorkshire and Humber Historic Environment Forum

    The Yorkshire and Humber Historic Environment Forum was formed in 2002 to provide a single voice in the region for all those concerned with the current and future management of the historic environment. It aspires:
    • To promote understanding and appreciation of the historic environment, and its positive role in the regeneration and renaissance of Yorkshire region
    • To help market the historic environment to visitors to the region
    • To develop integrated policies relating to the historic environment of the region
    • To act as a single focus for consultation on the future of the historic environment in Yorkshire
    • To share information on the plans of individual organisations and to work in partnership together and with others
    • To share best practice in the management of the historic environment, including the need to develop skills and continuity in conservation and craftmanship, and the need to build capacity and engage communities in such management
    • To help English Heritage in its role as lead body advising government and local government on the historic environment in Yorkshire
    The CBA Yorkshire representative on the forum is Dr Mike Heyworth.

    For more information 


    or contact:

    Yorkshire and Humber Historic Environment Forum
    c/o English Heritage Yorkshire and Humber Region
    37 Tanner Row
    York
    YO1 6WP


    Historic Environment Strategy for Yorkshire and the Humber Region 2009 - 2013

    This document was prepared by the Yorkshire and Humber Historic
    Environment Forum. It was developed through discussion with a number
    of different organisations who have an interest in the Region’s historic
    environment. A large number of issues emerged from those discussions and
    those informed the Strategy.

    Historic Environment Strategy for Yorkshire and the Humber Region 2009 - 2013
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