Full Webinar Video & Presentations: Historic Buildings; Regenerating & Restoring

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This product gives you access to the recording of our webinar - including speaker discussions, presentations and Q&A.

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This webinar will focus specifically on historic buildings – from large scale restorations to the regeneration of heritage buildings.

Historic buildings are unique. From their design and architecture to the historic and culture they possess – they add character to towns and cities, but many are at risk of being lost. In this webinar we’ll hear from multiple speakers who’re passionate about restoring historic buildings and restorating those which are in desperate need of repair.

Speakers will share their knowledge of working on such buildings, detailing the challenges they encounter and the opportunities which they find these schemes present, whilst they’ll also reveal inside information on future development projects in their pipeline.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Czero Developments – the developer is bringing forward a scheme in Preston to redevelop the abandoned St Joseph’s Orphanage, a listed buildings that includes the iconic Guild Tower. The proposals for this scheme include a new 21-storey apartment block, whilst the orphanage will be converted into new homes – creating a community like no other.
  • Blenheim Palace – Curator and protector of one of the UK’s crown jewels in relation to historic buildings, Roger is responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and restoration of this world heritage site. With plans to spend £40m on the estate over the forthcoming 10 years, Roger will outline some of the challenges he faces while confronting a series of complex estates plans.
  • CLS Risk Solutions – Are an innovative insurance MGA in the UK & Europe. They are insurance veterans, unlocking real estate developments & transaction with the use of Data & Capacity Strength. Their tools increase the bankability of an asset and protect those known and unknown legal and planning risks at every stage of the property life cycle. Michael Turland leads a team of underwriters and works on both UK & European projects.
  • The Architectural Heritage Fund – following a successful career at Cambridge University Dr Kelcey Wilson-Lee, now leads the AHF’s UK grant-giving programmes and is responsible for developing their metrics for impact measurement as well as overall fundraising strategy. We’ll hear about how they’re supporting the restoration and regeneration of historic buildings as they discuss projects in need of their funding.