Scoping Study on the Socio-Economic Benefits of Heritage in the National Parks - Final Report for English Heritage and Cadw

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Courtney, Paul; Gaskell, Peter; Mills, Jane; Boase, Rosamund E; Cheese, Lizzi; Jones, Owain; Kubinakova, Katarina; Lewis, Nick; Urquhart, Julie;
(2008)
  • Publisher: CCRI, University of Gloucestershire
  • Subject: L1 | H1 | G1 | HB | HD | GV | SB481_Parks

This study was commissioned by English Heritage and Cadw in 2007 to provide Government and its agencies at all spatial levels with a research programme to enable the socio-economic benefits of heritage in the National Parks to be recognised, measured and evaluated in an... View more
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    2.1.5 Heritage recognition in National Park management, planning and policy 22 

    2.2 Public and social aspects of heritage ........................................................... 25  2.2.1 Public Value of heritage ..............................................................................25 

    2.2.2 Heritage and social regeneration ...............................................................28 

    2.2.3 Heritage and health and well‐being ...........................................................32 

    3. Findings of the stakeholder consultation........................................ 68  3.1 The main issues ........................................................................................... 68  3.1.1 Key elements of heritage associated with National Parks .........................68 

    3.1.2 Perceived benefits of heritage in National Parks .......................................69 

    3.1.3 Priorities for policy makers .........................................................................70 

    3.1.4 Priorities for Park managers .......................................................................75 

    3.2 Building on the Public Value approach ........................................................ 77  3.2.1 Values of heritage within National Parks....................................................77 

    3.2.3 Maximising the socio‐economic benefits of heritage ................................81 

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