Last year we delivered a half day conference on Heritage Property: the risks, challenges and opportunities. One year on, we invite Lynda Jubb to consider:

Who will care for our heritage?

More importantly, how must our roles adapt?

Many are saying we live in interesting times, with Brexit likely to accelerate changes in the funding, tax and regulatory spheres. The already critical skills gap might worsen just when the sector needs steady investment to thrive. Practitioners in law, architecture, surveying and engineering are increasingly collaborative, as the recommendations of the Edge Commission are realised. But collaboration is only part of the answer and there is much more to be done if the sector is to adjust to the 'new normal'.

Event speaker: Lynda Jubb

Lynda Jubb is a Chartered Surveyor and Historic Environment Adviser with accreditations from RICS and IHBC.She is also a qualified expert witness. Her specialisms are building re-use and urban design.

Her clients lead in every sector, and include Calthorpe Estates, The Parliamentary Estate, and the Archdiocese of Liverpool. She advises on development, grants, policy, and building performance for historic places and her projects have included work to complex and rare buildings. Lynda is the Chair of RICS Building Conservation Forum, a member of RICS International Governing Council and on the Board of AABC (Architects Accredited in Building Conservation).

Event details

Friday 22 July

12.30pm - 2pm

Wright Hassall, Olympus Avenue, Leamington Spa, CV34 6BF

Who should attend

Main and subcontractors, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, developers and all those who work in and around the construction and engineering industry.