Valerie Vermandel and Eva Weyns from The Raymond Lemaire International Center for Conservation (RLICC), one of our partners on the ALTERheritage project, have written a report on the third ALTERheritage meeting in Manchester on 13-14 March 2014. The meeting, on the topic of “Extending the use of religious heritage sites”, was hosted by The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT), an independent charity managing over 300 parish churches in the UK. The CCT presented an overview of their activities, with a focus on the work of their Regeneration Task-force and their Business Plan Toolkit.
RLICC is based in Leuven, Belgium and has more than 30 years of experience in training, research and consulting in the field of the preservation of the built heritage, which it will bring into the ALTERheritage project.
Read the full report on ALTERheritage meeting Manchester by Valerie Vermandel & Eva Weyns here.