1st Edition

Conservation and Interpretation Heritage of the North Sea Region

By L.M. Green, Paul T. Bidwell Copyright 2002
    224 Pages
    by Routledge

    Representatives from the five partner countries of the 'Kings of the North Sea' Project met to compare conservation practice across many regions and countries. This title includes the conference papers that provide a survey of the state of conservation in the historic environment of countries that border the North Sea.

    Norwegian national approach to spatial planning and the historic environment Geir Sor-Reime; Spatial planning in Schleswig-Holstein Astrid Dickow; The historic environment in the practical work of the Department of Spatial Planning in Schleswig-Holstein Ernst Hansen; The Danish national approach to the cultural environment Carsten Paludan-Muller; The landscape and cultural heritage of the Wadden Sea Region (LANCEWAD) Dre van Marrewijk; The roots of the cultural heritage in the coastal area Dirk Meier; Planarch - archaeology and planning around the southern North Sea basin John Williams; Sustainable development in the historical centre of Ribe Jakob Keiffer-Olsen; Preservation of the built heritage in Ribe Erling Sonne; Interpreting Hadrian's Wall Colin Haylock and David Heslop; Changing landscapes - prehistory in the Danish countryside Ulf Nasman; Historic environments of the North Sea - towards an information system for the cultural landscape Henrik Jarl Hansen; Cultural landscape and spatial planning in England Graham Fairclough; Planning for early Medieval sculpture Sally M Foster; Philosophical notes on the practice of cultural heritage conservation and management Anne-Sophie Hygen; The contribution of professional engineers to the conservation of the historic landscape Geoffrey Clifton


    L.M. Green, Paul T. Bidwell