THE DUNDEE CONSERVATION LECTURES

 

ARRANGED BY

Dundee University Centre for Conservation and Urban Studies

The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland Tayside and East Fife Group

DUNDEE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT TRUST

Lecture Theatre (Room 5013), Level 5, Matthew Building, Duncan of Jordanstone College, 13 Perth Road, Dundee.

 

 

 THE DUNDEE CONSERVATION LECTURES

 

THE CURRENT LECTURE SERIES: 2009-2010 

(Previous series are listed lower down the page)

 

8 October 2009

WORLD HERITAGE

Planning, Understanding and World Heritage: the case of Edinburgh

Charles McKean, Professor of Scottish Architectural History University of Duindee

 

13 October 2009

SCOTLANDS BUILDINGS 1

Buildings of the Scottish Mining industry

Miles Oglethorpe, Head of Policy, Liaison & Modernisation, Historic Scotland

Scottish Lighthouses

Virginia Mayes-Wright, Director, Museum of Scottish Lighthouses

 

20 October 2009

BUILDING CONSERVATION

Repairing Craigievar

Ian Davidson, Lead Surveyor, The National Trust for Scotland

 

27 October 2009

RECORDING & UNDERSTANDING HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Thermal Imaging

Bill Revie of CMC Ltd

3D Digital Photography

Dr Maureen Young, Historic Scotland

 

10 November 2009

MATERIALS 1: TIMBER

30 years of timber project

Charley Brentnall, structural carpentry

 

17 November 2009

CONSERVATION AREA MANAGEMENT

A Heritage at Risk

Katherine Dewar, Historic Areas Adviser for the North East, English Heritage

 

24 November 2009

REGENERATION

Regeneration: The Social Dimension

Dave Chetwyn, Historic Buildings Consultant

Merchant City, THI and the Space Race: Tackling the satellite problems of area regeneration

Liz Davidson, Project Director, Merchant City Initiative, Glasgow

 

1 December 2009

THE INTEGRITY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

How My Practice Makes Buildings: A building paradigm versus the policy landscape

Malcolm Fraser, Malcolm Fraser Architects

 

19 January 2010

VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE

A revolution in British Houses: AWN Pugin and the Early Gothic Revival

Timothy Brittain-Catlin, writer, historian and lecturer, University of Kent

 

26 January 2010

SCOTLANDS BUILDINGS 2

The Architecture of the Western Seaboard

Mary Miers, architectural writer Country Life magazine, writer and author

 

2 February 2010

CONSERVATION PHILOSOPHY

A Psychological Approach to Urban Change

Jane Grenville, University of York

 

9 February 2010

MATERIALS 2: OLD AND NEW

Vitrolite: the study of shopfronts, the study of culture

Katriona Byrne, Conservation Officer, Roscommon Council, Ireland

Lime in the Twenty First Century

Ros Artis-Young, Director, The Scottish Lime Centre

 

23 February 2010

BUILDING CRAFTS AND DECORATIVE ARTS

William Morris and Scotland –the Cotswold craftsmen: Ernest Gimson and the Barnsleys

Annette Carruthers, Head of School of Art History, University of St Andrews

 

2 March 2010

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Siedlungen der Berliner Moderner: an exercise in contemporary stewardship

Karl Friedrich Schinkel Architect to the Prussian Court

Professor Peter Burman MBE FSA, Heritage consultant in Germany and the UK

 

9 March 2010

FAVOURITE BUILDINGS

Stirling Tolbooth and AuchinleckHouse

James Simpson, Simpson & Brown Architects

 

16 March 2010

HISTORIC ORCHARDS

Agriculture and Orchards on the Carse of Gowrie: a historical perspective

Dr Mary Young, University of Dundee Archives

Ensuring the Future of the Carse Orchards

Mike Strachan, Policy & Development Officer, Forestry Commissiion

 

 

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PREVIOUS SERIES: 1992-2009 

Looking back -latest first:

 

17th March 2009

SCOTTISH HOUSES AND GARDENS

From the Archives of Country Life

Lost Houses of Scotland

Ian Gow, Chief Curator, The National Trust for Scotland

 

10th March 2009

TRADITIONAL MATERIALS

Brickwork: Use and Conservation

Gerard Lynch

 

3rd March 2009

INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

Berlin's Museums - Heritage & Innovation

Dr Peter Burman, Professor of Cultural Management, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus

 

24th February2009

FAVOURITE BUILDINGS

Stirling Tolbooth and Auchenleck House

James Simpson, Simpson & Brown Architects

 

10th February 2009

REGENERATION AND NEW COMMUNITIES

Ed Taylor, Representative in Scotland for The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment

 

3rd February 2009

HISTORIC HOUSES AND THEIR OWNERS

Culzean – A Robert Adam Masterpiece

Michael Moss, Research Professor in Archival Studies, University of Glasgow

 

27th January 2009

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Roger Curtis, Historic Scotland

Dr Gerry White, Crichton Carbon Centre

Nicholas Heath, GAIA

 

20th January 2009

125 YEARS OF ARCHITECTURE ON TAYSIDE

Victorian Dundee and 125 years of the Dundee Institute of Architects

Charles McKean, Professor of Scottish Architectural History, University of Dundee (session chair)

Four Tayside Practices

Ged Young (President of DIA), AIM, Professor Ric Russell, Nicoll Russell Studios; Fred Stephen, James F Stephen Architects; James Pask, Pask & Pask

 

2nd December 2008

BALMORALITY AND THE CREATION OF COMFORTABLE SCOTTISH HOMES

Balmoral

Architecture, Adultery and the Aftermath

Taming the Baronial

Simon Green, Architectural Historian, RCAHMS

 

25th November 2008

THE WORK OF THE CONSERVATION ARCHITECT

Including: The particular problems of the Disability Discrimination Act and the need for risk assessment

Robin Kent, Conservation Accredited Architect

 

18th November 2008

CONSERVING SCOTLAND'S RURAL IDENTITY

Conservation Issues: current challenges

Lessons from the Caithness Redundant Buildings Inventory

Andrew Wright, Chartered Architect and Heritage Consultant

 

11th November 2008

TRADITIONAL MATERIALS

Building in earth: conservation and culture

Tom Morton, Arc Architects

New build

Becky Little, Little and Davie Construction

 

28th October 2008

URBAN DESIGN

Architecture and Design Scotland

Sebastian Tombs, Architecture and Design Scotland

 

21st October 2008

SHOPFRONTS

Scotland's Retail Legacy: Past, Present and Protecting its Future

Lindsay Lennie, Research Fellow, Historic Scotland

Shopfront Design, Construction and Conservation - the use of Iron and Other Metals

Ali Davey, Project Manager, Historic Scotland

 

14th October 2008

CONSERVATION PRESERVATION AND RENEWAL

The work of SAVE and Edinburgh World Heritage Trust

Adam Wilkinson, Director, Edinburgh World Heritage Trust

 

7th October 2008

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

The recent work of Richard Murphy Architects

Richard Murphy, Richard Murphy Architects

 

11th March 2008

HISTORIC GARDENS

Exbury Gardens - heaven with the gates open

Irish Gardens - gardening with the gulf stream

John Anderson, Horticulturalist and Head Gardener Exbury Gardens

 

4th March 2008

HERITAGE AND THE COMMUNITY

Public perceptions of heritage

Judy Ling Wong OBE Director, Black Environment Network

Discover heritage

Taja Sidhu, Project Officer, Black Environment Network

 

26th February 2008

FAVOURITE BUILDINGS

Dumfries House – a golden opportunity?

St Paul's Cathedral – the continuing phoenix

Dr Peter Burman MBE Director of Conservation & Property Services, NTS 2003/07 Professor of Cultural Heritage Management, Brandenburgische Technische Universität, Cottbus, Germany & Chairman, St Paul’s Cathedral Fabric Advisory Committee

 

19th February 2008

MATERIALS

Historic buildings within the changing climate

Karen Nicols, Historic Scotland

Historic paint finishes

Colin Mitchell-Rose, Consultant on Traditional Paint

 

5th February 2008

PUBLIC HISTORY OF THE SEASIDE

The English seaside resort: history, heritage and regeneration

Reputation and regeneration: history and heritage in the re-making of Blackpool

John K Walton, Professor of Social History, Leeds Metropolitan University

 

29th January 2008

CONSERVATION ACROSS EUROPE

The evolution of urban conservation strategies in Europe in the 20th century

Case study: The reconstruction of Dresden after 1945

Dr John Soan, London South Bank University

 

22nd January

MATERIALS

A future for stone in Scotland

Colin Tennant, Director, The Scottish Stone Liaison Group

Edinburgh’s stone paving

Dr Ewan Hyslop, British Geological Survey

 

15th January 2008

CONSERVATION IN THE AMERICAS

An isolated case: cultural heritage conservation on the island of Cuba

Dr Anne Thomas-Cumming, Lecturer, University of Dundee

Savannah and Tituville: a contrast in style

Carrie Anderson, Teaching Fellow, Edinburgh University

 


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11th December 2007

GETTING BENEATH THE SKIN

Recovering a lost memory: the maritime quarter of the Port of Dundee

A national identity for imperial warriors: The Scots 19th century villa

Charles McKean, Professor of Scottish Architectural History,

University of Dundee

 

4th December 2007

CONSERVATION ISSUES ACROSS LONDON

High buildings and other tough decisions

Rosemarie MacQueen, Director of Planning and City Development, Westminster City Council


 

27th November 2007

THE CONSERVATION OFFICER’S PERSPECTIVE

From cathedrals to prisons cells, building conservation in

southwest England

Tackling historic buildings at risk

David Clark, Conservation Team Leader, Mendip Council

 

20th November 2007

MAINTENANCE OF HISTORIC BUILDINGS

European models of preventative maintenance

Proposals for UK-wide schemes of maintenance

Harriet Devlin, The Ironbridge Institute

 

6th November 2007

THE GRAND TOUR

A history of the phenomenon of Grand Tour and its Tourists, their activities and their legacy, with particular relevance to Scotland

Dr Patricia Andrew, University of Edinburgh/Independent research and heritage consultant

Prelude and Pattern: The remarkable Grand Tour of Sir John Clerk of Penicuik

Dr Iain Gordon Brown, National Library of Scotland

 

30th October 2007

HERITAGE LED REGENERATION

Conservation in Liverpool - Maritime Mercantile City World Heritage Site

John Hinchliffe, World Heritage Officer, Liverpool City Council

 

23rd October 2007

HISTORIC SCOTLAND

Listing - How do they do it?

Dr Deborah Mays

Getting the message across and quiz

Isla Macleod

The Dictionary of Scottish Architects project: past present and future

Yvonne Hillyard

 

16th October 2007

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

Simpson and Brown’s contemporary buildings

Jenny Humphreys, Associate, Simpson and Brown, Architects

Page and Park’s recent projects

Karen Nugent, Associate, Page and Park, Architects

 

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13th March 2007

GARDENS OF SCOTLAND

The Scottish gardener

Suki Urquhart, author, gardener and garden designer

Garden and plant photography

Ray Cox, horticultural photographer

The gardens at Glendoick and woodland gardening

Ken Cox, author and plant collector

 

6th March 2007

GRAVEYARDS

Mair decent polecie’ - Dundee from kirkyard to graveyard

Iain Flett, City Archivist, Dundee City Council

A Pleasure Ground of Graves :

The Garden Cemetery Movement in Scotland

Christopher Dingwall, Historic Landscape Consultant

 

27th February 2007

INTERIORS

New Challenges – Recreating Lorimer at Hill of Tarvit and Kellie Castle

The challenge of recreating relatively modern historic interiors

Ian Gow, Curator, The National Trust for Scotland

 

20th February 2007

NEW USES FOR OLD BUILDINGS

Case studies in adaptive re-use

Reusing old churches

Peter Drummond, Senior Conservation Architect, Austin-Smith:Lord

 

6th February 2007

CAST IRON

Historic use and practice

Reinstatement of missing cast iron – methodology and examples

David Mitchell, Historic Scotland

 

30th January 2007

THOMAS TELFORD

The man and his bridge at Dunkeld

Chris Ford, engineer

Telford and his Highland Churches - How he Harnessed the Skills of Others

Rev Allan Maclean of Dochgarroch

 

23rd January 2007

SCULPTURE IN THE CITY

Sculpture on Scottish buildings

Ray McKenzie, Senior Lecturer, Glasgow School of Art

Public art and contemporary interventions

Bob McGilvray, University of Dundee and John Gray, Dundee City Council

 

16th January 2007

BUILDING RAILWAYS

Battle for the North - the 19th century Scottish Railway Wars

Building the Tay and Forth Bridges

Professor Charles McKean, University of Dundee

 

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5th December 2006

REDUNDANT CHURCHES

The work of the Scottish Redundant Churches Trust

Victoria Collison-Owen, Director

The Phoebe Traquair Murals in the former Mansfield Place Church

Fiona Allardyce, wall paintings conservator

 

28th November 2006

STAINED GLASS

Custodianship to Conservation

Mark Bambrough, Stained Glass Conservator

Stained Glass in Scotland – An Overview

Sally Rush, art historian

 

21st November 2006

TRADITIONAL BUILDING REPAIRS

The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

Philip Venning, Secretary, SPAB

 

14th November 2006

CONSERVING COUNTRY HOUSES

John Adam in the Borders: Paxton House and Gunsgreen House

Professor Alistair Rowan Chairman of the Paxton Trust

and of Gunsgreen House Trust

 

31st October 2006

INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION

Conservation projects in Berlin, Potsdam and Turin

Peter Burman, Director of Conservation and Property Services,

National Trust for Scotland

 

24th October 2006

EXTREME WRECK RESCUE

Historic Building Preservation Trusts

Jill Channer, Director, Prince of Wales Phoenix Trust

 

17th October 2006

CONSERVATION PRACTICE

Why do we bother?

Jane Grenville, English Heritage Commissioner

 

10th October 2006

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

Reinterpreting the Scottish tower house

Crichton Wood, Crichton Wood Architects

Nicoll Russell Studios, a retrospective

Professor Ric Russell, Nicoll Russell Studios

The Calyx Project, Perth. Scotland’s Eden, Chelsea and Botanics - in one

Willie Watt, Nicoll Russell Studios

 

14th March 2006

ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE

Methodology and principles: using indigenous timber in contemporary, sustainable, rural buildings

Projects: the work of Neil Sutherland Architects

Neil Sutherland and Julie McRae, Neil Sutherland Architects

 

7th March 2006

MATERIALS 3

Manufacturing and Use of Lime

 Dr Alan Forster, Building Surveyor, Stephen Laing, Traditional Masonry

 

28th February 2006

GARDENS

Stewardship, continuity and creativity The many-layered nature of garden history in the British Isles

Dr Peter Burman, Director of Conservation & Property Services, National Trust for Scotland

 

21st February 2006

SPORTING HERITAGE

Played in Britain Archie Leitch, Designer of Football Grounds

Simon Inglis, writer and Broadcaster

 

7th February 2006

MATERIALS 2

Corrugated iron

Dr Bruce Walker, architect, author and lecturer

 

31st January 2006

BUILDINGS FOR CULTURAL TOURISM

Tourism and the built environment: past and future

Alastair Durie, author & lecturer

Ian Yeoman, Research Manager, VisitScotland

 

24th January 2006

MATERIALS 1

Stonework Moisture control: fundamental to facade maintenance

Dr Maureen Young, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

The Scottish Stone Liaison Group’s Glasgow Project

Dr Ewan Hyslop, British Geological Survey

 

17th January 2006

SCOTLAND IN A EUROPEAN CONTEXT

What we should be looking for: the European context of Scottish historic architecture (and what we have lost and they haven’t)

Professor Charles McKean, Department of History, University of Dundee

 

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6th December 2005

SACRED ARCHITECTURE

Landscapes of Meaning

Brian Adams, University of Dundee

In search of the Green Man

Dr Peter Hill

 

29th November 2005

SCOTLAND’S BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Historic Scotland: safeguarding and promoting Scotland’s built heritage

 Malcolm Cooper, Chief Inspector, Historic Scotland

Encouraging good architecture, design and planning

Sebastian Tombs, Architecture + Design Scotland

 

22nd November 2005

ENGINEERING & HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Engineering of Arches and Vaults

Bill Harvey, lecturer

 

15th November 2005

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

A tale of two civilisations: the planning-free context of Japan versus the UK’s planning culture

Kathryn Findlay, architect

 

1st November 2005

TOWNSCAPE HERITAGE INITIATIVES

Progress across the United Kingdom

Philip Grover, Oxford Brookes University

Dr Allan Reeve, Oxford Brookes University

 

25th October 2005

10 YEARS OF THE HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND

Colin Mclean Manager for Scotland

 

18th October 2005

CONSERVATION PHILOSOPHY

Jane Grenville, Director MA in Conservation Studies University of York, English Heritage Commissioner

 

11th October 2005

ARCHITECTURAL INVESTIGATION

Amateur or Architect - 17th and 18th century approaches to building. John Evelyn and John Soane, their travels and their architecture

Gillian Darley, author and broadcaster

 

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15th March 2005

PIONEERING GARDENS OF A BYGONE AGE

Osgood Mackenzie and West Coast gardens

John Anderson, Head Gardener, Inverewe Garden

Estate of the imagination: “all lovely things are also necessary”

Sally Beamish, Head Gardener, Brantwood (home of John Ruskin)

 

8th March 2005

PATRICK GEDDES - HIS INFLUENCE ON THE ROYAL MILE

Reflections on Geddes’ work in the Lawnmarket

Neil Grieve, University of Dundee

The Royal Mile Today

Ben Tindall, architect

 

1st March 2005

MANAGING THE COUNTRY HOUSE

The country house and garden in contemporary life and philosophy

Why Dumfries House and Estate are important to the nation

Dr Peter Burman, Director of Conservation & Property Services, National Trust for Scotland

 

22nd February 2005

TIMBER CONSTRUCTION

Scottish and European perspective

Dr Bruce Walker, architect, author and lecturer

 

8th February 2005

CONSERVATION-LED REGENERATION

The work of English Heritage in the North West of England

Henry Owen-John, Regional Director, Planning and Development, North West Region

 

1st February 2005

PERTH & KINROSS HERITAGE TRUST

The Work of Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

David Strachan, Manager, Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

Developing and implementing a historic environment record

Sarah Winlow, Archaeologist, Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

 

25th January 2005

SUSTAINABLILTY IN BUILDING CONSERVATION

Sustainable building technologies

Neil May, Natural Building Products

Using sustainable materials: case study

Richard Atkins, architect

 

18th January 2005

EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

How similar / How different: Prague and Barcelona with a sideways glimpse of Glasgow

Courage and respect in the adaptation of the past: taking the Burra Charter with some chilli pepper

Professor Charles McKean, Department of History, University of Dundee

 

7th December 2004

RUSKIN AND HIS INFLUENCE

John Ruskin, a life in pictures

Ruskin, Morris and the Arts & Crafts Movement

Stephen Wildman, Director & Curator, the Ruskin Library, Lancaster University

 

30th November 2004

ARCHAEOLOGY IN HISTORIC TOWNS AND CITIES

Archaeology in historic towns: how does it work?

Russell Coleman, Headland Archaeology

What has this got to do with planning?

Stuart Eydeman, Conservation and Design Officer, West Lothian Council

 

23rd November 2004

ENGINEERING & HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Innovative solutions

John Addison, Conservationist and Structural Engineer

Conservation of early concrete structures

Dr Rod Jones, Dept of Civil Engineering, University of Dundee

 

16th November 2004

SCOTTISH GRAVEYARDS

An overview and the specific problems of carved stones

Dr Susan Buckham, Council for Scottish Archaeology

Case study: Greyfriars Graveyard, Perth

David Bowler, Director, Scottish Urban Archaeological Trust

 

2nd November 2004

CONSERVATION PRACTICE

The work of Historic Scotland's Conservation Centre

Robert Wilmot, Director

 

26th October 2004

BUILDING PRESERVATION TRUSTS (BPTs)

Restorers of last resort - the work of BPTs and The Architectural Heritage Fund

Maria Perks, Projects Development Officer, the Architectural Heritage Fund

Threats and opportunities – the problem of too many churches

Victoria Collison-Owen, Director, Scottish Redundant Churches Trust

 

19th October 2004

SCOTTISH INTERIORS

Recent projects of the National Trust for Scotland

Two very different Arts & Crafts houses: Broughton House, Kirkcudbright and Hill of Tarvit, Fife

Ian Gow, Curator, National Trust for Scotland

 

12th October 2004

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

What if the hokey cokey is really what it’s all about?

John Coleman, John Coleman Architects

Working with Frank Gehry: the Dundee Maggie's Centre

Fred Stephen, James F Stephen Architects

 

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16th March 2004

REVIVALISMS

Sir GG Scott and the Gothic Revival in Scotland

Professor Sam McKinstry, University of Paisley

German Designs for an 18th Century Castle in Fife!

David Adshead, Archivist, The National Trust

 

9th March 2004

RUINS

A Living Expression of Human Imagination

Christopher Woodward, Art Historian and Author

 

2nd March 2004

EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

Florence, City of Art and Architecture: A New Look

Lettering in Public Places

Peter Burman MBE, Director of Conservation and Property Services, National Trust for Scotland

 

24th February 2004

THE RESTORATION OF LINLITHGOW PALACE

Early History

Ian Campbell, Edinburgh College of Art

Recent Discoveries

Nick Bridgeland, Historic Scotland

 

10th February 2004

URBAN REGENERATION

Reinventing the Sixties Tower Block, the Manchester Experience

Case Study: Gresham Mill, Salford

Warren Smith, Chairman LPC Living

 

3rd February 2004

HISTORIC LANDSCAPES

Waterfalls and Hermitages in Scotland - An Eighteenth Century Passion

Christopher Dingwall, Conservation Officer, the Garden History Society

Trying to Think Rationally about an Iconic Building and Landscape: a Conservation Plan for Ossian’s Hall, the Hermitage, Perthshire

Dr Shannon Fraser, Archaeologist, National Trust for Scotland NE Region

 

27th January 2004

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

Floor Loadings in Historic Buildings

John Addison, Peter Stephen & Son, Engineers

Fire in Historic Buildings

Stephen Newsom, Architect

 

20th January 2004

WATER ARCHAEOLOGY

Underwater Archaeology

Barry Andrian, The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology

RCAHMS Maritime Unit

Bob Mowat, RCAHMS

 

9th December 2003

SUSTAINABILITY

Green Architecture

Howard Liddell, Gaia Architects

(includes Christmas refreshments)

 

2nd December 2003

TIMBER IN BUILDING

Carpenter Oak and Woodland

Charlie Brentnall

 

25th November 2003

NORTHERN PERSPECTIVES

Towns and Buildings of Cumbria and Northumberland

Differences in Practice – Conservation in Northern England and Southern Scotland

Andrew Martindale, English Heritage NW Region

 

18th November 2003

TWENTIETH CENTURY ARCHITECTURE

Louis Khan’s Last Building. the Restoration of Yale Center for British Art, Connecticut

Penguin Pool to Highpoint One – an Appreciation of Berthold Lubetkin and the Tecton Group

Stephen Gee, Inskip & Jenkins

 

4th November 2003

HISTORIC MAPS

Pont, Slezer and the Early Maps of Scotland

Professor Charles McKean, University of Dundee

Pre-empting the Ordnance Survey: James Collie’s Maps of Dundee

Richard Cullen, Dundee City Archives

 

28th October 2003

WORLD HERITAGE SITES

Understanding and Planning for UK World Heritage Sites

World Heritage Site Management Plan Case Studies

Chris Blandford, Chris Blandford Associates

 

21st October 2003

DELIVERING AREA REGENERATION

City Regeneration - Partnerships and Funding

Case Studies: Manchester, Leicester, Blackpool, Solihull and Fort William

Duncan Sutherland, Managing Director, Inpartnership Ltd

 

14th October 2003

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

Walker Architecture

Mark Walker, Walker Architecture

Colin Smith + Judith Wilson Architects

Colin Smith and Judith Wilson

 

 

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