University of Calgary

PLAN 662 - Heritage Conservation Policy and Planning - Fall 2020

This practice-based course prepares students to act in some capacity as manager, architect, planner, and policy maker for historic sites and buildings. Provides an overview of the aspects of heritage conservation related to policy and planning. Reviews preservation policy and jurisdictional issues within a community development context, addresses complex social equity considerations associated with historic designation, examines economic incentives, and explores preservation philosophy and historic impact assessments. Includes visits to heritage sites and lectures from invited experts. Also known as: (formerly Environmental Design 662)
This course may not be repeated for credit.

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  • (3-0)
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