A Conference open to the public will be held at Dagnall Street Baptist Church on Saturday July 6 (2.00–5.00 pm).
We have a range of lively guest speakers and culminating in a questions and answers panel chaired by Julian Worricker, BBC Radio presenter.
Discussion will probe the success or otherwise of what’s happening here and in places where conservation areas are thriving or in decline. What can they teach us about how to approach our future and what is realistic given the current climate at both government and local levels?
Introduction by Conference Chair –
JULIAN WORRICKER, Presenter for BBC NEWS and BBC RADIO 4
PROFESSOR TIM BOATSWAIN, Chair of St Albans Civic Society and Conservation 50
Cllr MARY MAYNARD, St Albans City and District Council
IAN HARVEY, Executive Director of Civic Voice
Keynote Speaker –
EMILY GEE, South East Regional Director of Historic England
Panel Debate and Audience Questions –
PROFESSOR PETER WYNNE REES, Professor of Places and City Planning, University College London
JOHN MILLIGAN, Partner, Milligan Knight Architects
Cllr MARY MAYNARD
Summary and Thanks