We’ve had more information on the training day mentioned at the London Archaeology Forum from London and Middlesex Archaeological Society (LAMAS).
Getting Your Voice Heard – making effective representations on heritage issues
The LAMAS Historic Buildings and Conservation Committee – in association with the London Forum – is arranging a training seminar on the 18th September to help people make the most effective representations to their Local Planning Authorities, Councillors and Inspectors on proposals which affect historic buildings. This initiative is supported by English Heritage.
The seminar will be run by David McDonald (Heritage Consultant and IHBC Education Secretary) It will be in the GALLERY, COWCROSS STREET in the evening. Numbers will be limited to ensure full participation. There will be a charge (c£10) to cover fees and admin costs but LAMAS will provide a glass of wine to encourage informal discussion at the end of the evening
The seminar will be useful to members of all local archaeological, historical and other amenity societies that are affiliated, either to LAMAS or the London Forum. Full details, including how to book, will appear in July. Please register advance interest via our contact form and your email will be passed onto LAMAS representatives.