Project Documents

Project Summary

Please find below a brief summary of the project so far, including key outcomes from the Summer 2017 survey and the Autumn 2017 workshops.

HistBEKE Project Summary, May 2018

 

Spring 2018 Survey

Our Spring 2018 survey has been designed to record your thoughts on the suggestions made in the previous survey, and the Autumn 2017 focus group workshops. These suggestions will form the basis of our recommendations to Historic England. The survey is open until 5pm on the 28th of May.

HistBEKE Spring 2018 Survey Questions

 

Autumn 2017 Focus Groups

A summary report outlining the key areas of discussion, as well as suggestions and recommendations made by workshop attendees can be viewed below, along with the associated participant information sheet.

HistBEKE Autumn 2017 Workshops Summary, FINAL

HistBEKE Participant Information Sheet

 

Summer 2017 Survey

Please find below the methodology used to design and deliver our summer 2017 survey, the questions that we asked respondents to complete when they took part, and a summary of the Results.

HistBEKE Summer 2017 Survey Methodology

HistBEKE Summer 2017 Survey Questions

HistBEKE Summer 2017 Survey Summary

 

Review of Recent Historic Buildings Research

Please find below the categorisations table that we’re using to record and analyse recent historic buildings research. This is based on a number of thesauri already in use, most of which can be found here: http://thesaurus.historicengland.org.uk/frequentuser.htm. If you think we’ve missed anything, or have suggestions for other terms that we should add, please let us know.

HistBEKE Research Review – Themes and Categories

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