Conservation Management Plan
What is a Conservation Management Plan (CMP)?
A Conservation Management Plan is a detailed report, which may be commissioned by Private Individuals, Heritage Bodies or Local Councils, to inform a programme of restoration of a historic house, garden or parkland.
What does it involve?
It usually comprises an evidence base describing the current baseline conditions and presenting relevant evidence from historic documents, maps and photographs to aid understanding of the significance of the Heritage asset or assets in question, followed by recommendations for further conservation and repair work where justified and appropriate.
What Happens Next?
Based on the results of the CMP, it may be that further work is required to conserve specific features deemed to be of Heritage significance.
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