CAA co-ordination role for Hadrian's Wall site management
8 April 2014
The UCL Centre for Applied Archaeology is co-ordinating consultation in preparation for the drafting of the 2015-2019 Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site Management Plan.
The CAA has been commissioned to co-ordinate this consultation which aims to clarify and prioritise practical and achievable ways forward for the next Management Plan period for the site, based on as wide a consultation as possible.
The consultation process has begun with meetings already held with selected groups managing and delivering various aspects of the current Management Plan. From this a short document has been produced listing 25 top priorities for the years ahead.
A broader consultation will now take place to gather feedback on these priorities, along with any other new ideas. The CAA will host ten public workshops held at a total of five venues along the WHS from Maryport to North Tyneside, and an online consultation.
- More information about the public workshops is available here»
- To complete the online consultation visit the online survey here»
The online consultation closes at 12 noon on Monday 28 April.