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Priory Park Visitor Experience Masterplan, July 2020

Priory Park Visitor Experience Masterplan, July 2020

Planning Solutions Consulting Limited has been appointed by Huntingdonshire District Council to prepare a visitor experience masterplan for Priory Park in St Neots. The park extends to approximately 80 acres (32 hectares) and is the former grounds of the 18th century...

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Fort Road Recreation Ground Masterplan, June 2020

Fort Road Recreation Ground Masterplan, June 2020

Fort Road Recreation Ground is the largest multi-sport and recreation facility in Newhaven. Recent improvements have seen the creation of a pump track and the complete rebuilding of the skatepark. Funding is also in place to carry out improvements to the basketball...

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COVID-19 and Country Parks, May 2020

COVID-19 and Country Parks, May 2020

Planning Solutions Consulting is working with Hampshire County Council Countryside Team on carrying out a module of primary research focussed on customer sentiment, attitudes and influences following the arrival of COVID-19, which is being used to help with re-opening...

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Country Park Masterplans

Country Park Masterplans

Country park masterplans - PSC has worked on a number of exciting and challenging country park masterplanning projects for a range of clients from Hampshire County Council through to Buckinghamshire County Council.   Some of the country park masterplanning projects...

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What we have been reading: April 2020

What we have been reading: April 2020

We send our regards to those trying to cope in the current Covid-19 crisis. The tourism, leisure and hospitality sectors have been affected globally with the sudden and dramatic disruption caused by the emergence of Covid-19. Many businesses and organisations have...

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Generating Income at Museums

Generating Income at Museums

Generating income at museums - admission sales will always be a key income stream however with less public funding and an increasingly competitive marketplace, museums cannot afford to rely exclusively on admissions income. Revenue streams are becoming more varied and...

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What we have been reading: March 2020

What we have been reading: March 2020

Heritage: Heritage England reports that Shropshire woodland that hid Charles II is to be restored. Arts Council England (ACE) have announced £160m fund to support culture organisations during COVID-19 Pandemic. BBC brings art and culture to people’s homes with special...

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What we have been reading: February 2020

What we have been reading: February 2020

Some articles and news items we have been reading. Heritage: Historic England releases their latest research on how place based research can help decision makers care for local heritage. Success for Historic England’s plans to restore historic barns. Critical repairs...

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What we have been reading: January 2020

What we have been reading: January 2020

Some articles and news items we have been reading. Heritage: According to a recent article, Yorkshire and the Humber's heritage is worth £2 billion to the economy. Researchers at the University of Brighton have been experimenting with 3D printing technologies as a way...

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What we have been reading: December 2019

What we have been reading: December 2019

We hope you find the links below interesting. Heritage: Over 500 historic places have been added to the National Heritage List for England in 2019 and Historic England have highlighted 21 fascinating places. Garfield Weston and Art Fund extend their partnership and...

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What we have been reading: November 2019

What we have been reading: November 2019

We hope you find the links below interesting. Heritage: The National Trust help care for and protect the first Welsh bible through the use of hydro power. For the first time, the National Trust’s Sissinghurst Castle Garden will open during winter, for visitors to...

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