TOPIC: HERITAGE SURVEYS
SPEAKER: GRAHAM JACOBS
DATE: Tuesday, 16 August 2011
VENUE: The Athenaeum, Boundary Terraces, Newlands, at the intersection of Mariendahl and Campgound Roads
A heritage survey is designed to identify and grade all heritage resources and heritage areas within a geographical area (or the component elements, buildings, sites and places with a heritage theme), which is usually an urban or rural environment or, in some cases, an entire municipal area.
Graham Jacobs is an architect, accredited professional heritage consultant and musician, with an MA from York. He has worked at the City in urban conservation, and with teams surveying in the Drakenstein, Swartland and Overstrand districts.
This has given him considerable experience in identifying, analysing and assessing the importance of a wide range of structures.
However, the task is not easy, and he will give examples of places over which hot debates took place.
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