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- Aspects of Engineering Heritage Conservation in the United Kingdom
- Sustaining Heritage: Second International and Thirteenth National Engineering Heritage Conference and NSW Railways Seminar
- Engineers Australia, Sydney, New South Wales, 2005, pp. 128-135
The Institution of Civil Engineers' Panel for Historical Engineering Works was set up in 1973 to record and publicise civil engineering heritage in the UK. Since the 1980s the Panel has taken an increasing interest in conservation matters, and now includes among its roles the encouragement and celebration of excellence in civil engineering heritage conservation. The paper describes the Panel's engagement with some of the principal bodies involved in regulating, promoting, funding and managing civil engineering heritage conservation in the UK and discusses the issues arising, as seen from the Panel's perspective. It concludes by highlighting issues likely to be pertinent to other fields of engineering heritage conservation.
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- Sustaining Heritage: Second International and Thirteenth National Engineering Heritage Conference and NSW Railways Seminar (Sydney, New South Wales: Engineers Australia, 2005), 268 pp, https://search.informit.com.au/browsePublication;isbn=085825820X;res=IELENG. Details