Programme

Industrial heritage – an engine for productivity


 Day 1 – Tuesday 1 December 2015

 

09:00 Registration

10:00 Welcome by the chair for the day
Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust

Welcome to Manchester
Sir Howard Bernstein, Chief Executive, Manchester City Council

Welcome to Museum to the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)
Sally MacDonald, Director, MOSI

Keynote address by Historic England
Duncan Wilson OBE, Chief Executive, Historic England

Keynote address by Heritage Lottery Fund
Carole Souter CBE, Chief Executive, Heritage Lottery Fund

The national government perspective: The Northern Powerhouse
Tom Walker, Director of Cities & Local Growth Unit, DCLG/BIS/Cabinet Office

Improving city perception and identity: the role of industrial heritage
David Caulfield, Director of Regeneration and Development Services, Sheffield City Council

Panel discussion 1: The role of industrial heritage in the revival of UK towns and cities
Chaired by Ian Morrison, Chief Executive, The Architectural Heritage Fund
Jonathan Schifferes, Associate Director, Public Services and Communities, RSA
Dr Miles Oglethorpe, Head of Industrial Heritage, Historic Environment Scotland
Ruairidh Jackson, Senior Projects Director, Argent LLP
David Caulfield, Director of Regeneration and Development Services, Sheffield City Council

13:00 – Lunch and exhibition
Exhibitors: FCB Studios, Charity Bank, Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic England, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust & BRICK

Remodelling industrial buildings, tricky issues – Impact Hub and The Guardian’s Hub at Midland Goods Shed, King’s Cross 
Jonathan Robinson, The Guardian

Remodelling industrial buildings, tricky issues: Sellers Wheel, Sheffield
Peter Cartwright, Director, Cartwright Pickard Architects

The creative industries perspective
Rohan Silva, Co-Founder, Second Home

Questions and answers

Panel discussion 2: Making heritage work for the private sector
Chaired by Rowan Moore, Architecture Critic, The Observer
Tom Bloxham, MBE,  Chairman and Co-Founder, Urban Splash
David Tomback, Development Economics Director, Historic England
Manus Deery, Assistant Director, Historic Environment Division, Department of the Environment, Northern Ireland
Mark Qualter, Managing Director, Real Estate North,Commercial and Private Banking, Royal Bank of Scotland

Closing Keynote – Emscher Landschaftpark, West Germany
Michael Schwarze-Rodrian, Director of the Department, European and Regional Networks Ruhr

17:30 Close of Day 1

Day 1 – Evening

 

17:45 Drinks reception in the Power Hall

Welcome
Chris Smith OBE, Director of Planning, Historic England

The Urban Splash story
Tom BloxhamMBE,  Chairman and Co-Founder, Urban Splash

Announcement of the winners of the Association for Industrial Archaeology Awards for the Best Creative Re-use of Industrial Buildings
Keith Falconer, Chairman, Association for Industrial Archaeology

20:00 Drinks reception closes

 

Community led heritage regeneration – new opportunities


 Day 2 – Wednesday 2 December 2015

 

09:00 Registration

10:00 Welcome
Ian Marcus, Chairman, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust

Welcome by the chair for the day
Chris Smith OBE, Director of Planning, Historic England

Developer/investor opportunities: a case study
Chris Brown, Executive Chairman, igloo regeneration and Karen Houghton, Chief Executive, Ancoats Dispensary Trust

Middleport Pottery, the story so far
Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust

Breakout sessions Round 1:

1.    Meet the funders

Chaired by Colette Craddock, Development Director, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust
Simon Thorrington, Regional Director North, Charity Bank
Michael Norton OBE, Co-Founder BuzzBnk
Garry Brown, Head of Investment, The Key Fund
Ged Devlin, Programmes Manager, Sheffield Office, Power to Change
Toby Bennett, Business Development Manager, Spacehive
Mark Ogden, Relationship Manager, Triodos Bank

2.    Digital innovation

Chaired by Biljana Savic, Programme Director, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust
Kate Stewart, Friends of the Flyover
Mike Saunders, Chief Executive, Commonplace Digital
Naomi Sesay, Head of Youth and Digital Media Engagement, Media Trust

3.    Heritage Angels – The owner/community perspective
Chaired by Greg Luton, East of England Planning Director, Historic England
Black Hauler House, Bowes Railway – Martin Hulse, Trust Manager, Tyne & Wear Preservation Trust
Newman Brothers Coffin Furniture Works, Birmingham – Simon Buteux, Director, Birmingham Conservation Trust

4.    From an industrial site to commercial use – dos and don’ts

Chaired by Ben Greener, Policy Advisor – Historic Environment, HLF
Chatham Historic Dockyard – Bill Ferris OBE, Chief Executive, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust
Edinburgh Printmakers – Sarah Price, Chief Executive, Edinburgh Printmakers
Harland & Wolff Drawing Offices, Belfast – Kerrie Sweeney, Chief Executive, Titanic Foundation

13:00  Lunch and Exhibitors
Exhibitors: FCB Studios, Charity Bank, Triodos Bank, Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic England, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust & BRICK

Breakout sessions – Round 2 – Options as per Round 1

Panel discussion: Community business and the localism agenda: the impact on heritage regeneration
Chaired by Jess Steele, Director, Jericho Road Solutions
Miriam Levin, Community Rights Mobilisation Manager, DCLG Community Rights Team
Joan Humble, Trustee, Civic Voice
Kate Clark, Chief Executive, Cadw
Ian Bapty, Industrial Heritage Support Officer, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

Closing Keynote: Strijp-S, former Philips’ factories, Eindhoven
Thom Aussems, Managing Director, Trudo

Summing up and thanks by the chair
Chris Smith OBE, Director of Planning, Historic England

17:15 Close of Conference

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