Hastings Draft Heritage Strategy
**This consultation is now closed and here for reference purposes only.**
On 31st August 2016, the Drury McPherson Partnership was commissioned by Hastings Borough Council to produce a heritage strategy for Hastings, the need for which was identified as a priority in the Hastings Planning Strategy (2014) and in its Culture-led Regeneration Strategy 2016-21.
The aim of the heritage strategy is to identify the heritage of the town in the broadest sense - built, natural, archeological, material and intangible; to assess its significance, and to suggest means and priorities for conserving and sustaining it in support of the Culture-led Regeneration Strategy and in the context of the wider economic and cultural regeneration of Hastings.
Consultation took place with key stakeholders during the autumn of 2016, and a workshop session took place in December. The result is the proposed heritage strategy below:
There are also two appendices:
Now is the chance for you to have your say, we want to know what you think of this proposed strategy. You can provide your comments by emailing us or in writing to:
Muriel Matters House (formerly Aquila House)
The closing date for comments is Friday 28th April.
After the consultation closes we will consider all submitted comments. The final strategy will then go before cabinet for consideration and hopefully adoption.