The first of Heritage Perth's 2017 Spring Seminars
Lisa Montgomery. TPG+Place Match
Heritage Perth's 'Heritage in Practice' seminars are back with the first of the 2017 Spring sessions held last Thursday night at The Garden, Leederville. Sponsored by TPG+Place Match, the session focused on Place Making and how it contributes to the enjoyment of the historic environment. Place Making has rapidly evolved as a concept and movement which is now embraced across a range of Western Australian industries for its ability to leverage a community's unique character, assets and identity.
Sandy Anghie, Historic Heart Project
Sandy Anghie, a Project Manager of the Historic Heart Project, discussed the upcoming regeneration of the east end of the Perth CBD, which involves the implementation of a range of social and cultural initiatives. The east end of Perth, between Barrack Street and the Perth Mint, holds a significant number of cultural and historical landmarks which are now vacant, underused, and inactive. The Historic Heart project is now set to centralise the historic environment of the east end in the realm of place activation which will include the revitalisation of laneways, landscaping and public art, including the activation of vacant buildings to bring life into the area.
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We'd like to let you know of an exciting change here at TPG Town Planning, Urban Design and Heritage.
We have joined forces with Western Australia's only specialist place-making consultancy, Place Match, to create an exclusive one-stop shop for place creation services.
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