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Conservation charities launch Heritage Help information portal

New source of information about heritage launched

The Joint Committee of the National Amenity Societies (which includes the Victorian Society) has launched the Heritage Help website.

It brings together for the first time the expertise offered by heritage organisations and offers support on saving and caring for historic assets.

The free information service is aimed at groups and individuals that own or are concerned about historic properties. Heritage Help includes advice on working with listed buildings and conservation areas; designation of historic structures and sites; campaigning and the use of the media; developments in legislation, policy and guidance; forming local groups; undertaking maintenance work, and planning. Heritage Help will redirect relevant enquiries to the websites of member bodies and associated organisations and will publish news and views from all the partners.

The Victorian Society has been heavily involved in the design of Heritage Help and contributed part of the content.

Tuesday 12 March, 2013

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