Heritage Planning Community Projects
On Monday April 2 between 2:30 to 4:30 students in the Heritage
Planning class at the University of Waterloo will be presenting the
results of projects they have worked on this term in the Cities of
Cambridge and Kitchener and in the Village of Brussels in the Municipality
of Huron East.
The students have conducted historical research, public consultation,
policy analysis, and will make recommendations. The studies involved
Heritage Character Areas, Conservation Districts, Cultural Heritage
Landscapes and Trail Development.
Five separate groups will each present a 10 minute summary of their
work to be followed by the opportunity for questions and answers.
You, and others you know who might be interested, are invited to
attend and participate.
The session will be held in the new Environment 3 Building (EV3) in
lecture room 1408. Parking is available in Lot HV inside the south
entrance to the campus. We look forward to seeing you.
Professor Robert Shipley
Heritage Resources Centre & School of Planning