Planning, design and management strategies
for cultural and natural heritage assets, programmes and projects.
Gjirokastra, Albania - World Heritage Site
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UPDATE - May 2022
Gjirokastra Historic Houses Network
P+P is currently working with Cultural Heritage without Borders (Albania) in producing a sustainable strategy for the development of a network of Ottoman-era defensive houses in Gjirokastra in southern Albania as part of the city's wider tourism offer. This is a continuation of P+P's original work in assisting the city to achieve World Heritage Site status.
Hereford Museum and Library
P+P was appointed in August 2021 by Herefordshire Council to report on the revenue generating potential of a redeveloped Hereford Museum and Library with a view to their economic sustainability in the long term. The Library which is currently co-located with the Museum in Broad Street will be relocated elsewhere in Hereford city centre, enabling the Museum to expand and be significantly upgraded.
This follows our work, in 2018, on the future resilience of the Herefordshire Museum Service. This work involved the development of a vision and delivery model for an incremental low-risk, high-reward business plan aiming to ensure the long-term sustainability of the service by maximising access to the collections, considering future governance arrangements and developing across-the-board and long-lasting partnerships; all to support the work of the staff and to maximise the return from the Council's earlier investments.
Butrint National Park World Heritage Site
Sharjah Strategic Plan
P+P is working with Arup on the preparation of the Sharjah Strategic Plan - a comprehensive strategy for urban development and infrastructure projects in the Emirate. P+P has specific responsibility for Culture, Tourism and Identity. The project is being overseen and implemented by Sharjah Urban Planning Council.
Lancaster District Cultural Master Plan
P+P continues to advise Lancaster City Council on the future of its museums service as a component of the City’s Cultural Master Plan. This involves advising on issues such as the museum collections, land holdings, archaeological resources and historic buildings as well as their governance, management and funding, all of which are aimed at producing sustainable ways forward for the City, its heritage and, above all, its people.