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HERs in 2-way dialogue with conservation teams? and Oxford conference details

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John Preston <[log in to unmask]>

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Issues related to Sites & Monuments Records <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear all

Many thanks to those who have already replied with very helpful comments.  Special thanks to Anna Wilson at Coventry - I'll have a few queries for you, Anna. Crispin Flower mentioned Dumfries and Galloway, Canterbury City and Leicestershire County as existing or potential users of a combined system - I'd be interested to hear more from those involved. 
Others I'd like to hear from include Cornwall and Tyne and Wear.

In the meantime, here are the details of Friday week: I'm sorry that despite the title, the details don't appear to have been previously circulated in digital form.

John


Managing the Historic Environment in the Digital Age

Friday 20 May 2005

10.00  Registration

10.30  Welcome from the Chair
(John Yates, Chair IHBC)

10.40  From SMRs to Historic Environment Records
(Paul Gilman, Essex County Council, ALGAO)

11.30  e-Government and the Planning System - Issues for the Historic
Environment    (John Preston, Cambridge City Council, IHBC)

12.15  Panel Session

1.00   Lunch

1.50   Welcome from the Chair
(David Jennings, Chair, IFA)

2.00   The English National Monuments Record and the Broader Digital Context
(Matthew Stiff, English Heritage)

2.30   GIS and Characterisation
(Graham Fairclough, English Heritage)

3.00   A Model for the Future - The Building Exploratory
(Nicole Crockett, The Building Exploratory)

3.30   Tea

4.00   Panel Session: Setting a Shared Agenda

5.00   Close


Cost 87.15 with lunch; 78.00 without lunch

Contact 01865 270380 / 270368   [log in to unmask]      


I'm pulling together my talk for next week's IFA / IHBC / Oxford University Conference on "Managing the Historic Environment in the Digital Age", and am keen to find out about any HERs which are in effective 2-way (i.e. with input from, as well as use by) dialogue with building conservation teams - notably in relation to records generated through the planning system, and to integrated archiving and management (if any!) of hard copy (e.g. Building Plan and Notice as well as Planning drawings, photos etc) as well as digital records.  
In my talk I'll  be looking at e-govt issues in the Planning system, and some of the implications of ODPM requirements. 

I would like to be able to point to examples of good practice, and to draw on others' ideas and experiences in suggesting possible ways forward. 

Martin Newman has been unable to point me towards any potential candidates, although he has given me useful briefing on the HER session at the IFA Conference. 

Hoping some of you can help

Thanks

John Preston
Historic Environment Manager, Cambridge City              (and IHBC Education Secretary)  

p.s. are any of you coming to Oxford on Friday week?!



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