Art and Cultural Property – Contested Heritage: Powers and Principles

Art and Cultural Property – Contested Heritage: Powers and Principles

CategoryWebinars Archive Author Richard Harwood OBE KC, David Sawtell, Catherine Dobson Date

In the first webinar of their Art and Cultural Property Series, Richard Harwood QC, David Sawtell, Catherine Dobson and Professor Antonia Layard discuss contested heritage: whether statues or other memorials should be removed because of the conduct of those depicted. They will consider:

  • The legal controls in listed building and planning legislation
  • The likely form of the changes proposed in England by Robert Jenrick
  • What approaches can be taken to such items?
  • How does retaining or removing items relate to historic and architectural interest as well as current opinions?

Date and Time

Wednesday 10th February @ 10.30am


Richard Harwood OBE QCDavid SawtellCatherine Dobson  and Professor Antonia Layard’s presentation, to view click here




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