Introduction to the School
All places have history – in landscapes, built fabric and memories – and that history shapes how people live, use and work with them, today and in the future.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, billions of pounds were being invested to support struggling urban and rural places, old and new, and their surrounding areas. Not only has the pandemic exacerbated these familiar problems, but it has also highlighted new ones: technological limitations, environmental impacts, and social, educational and economic inequities. Conservation helps make the most of our places, old and new, and has a key role to play in resolving these challenges!
But answers are needed, now more than ever:
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