On 2 December 2000, the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in recognition of its globally important industrial past. In the decade since this prestigious award was received much has been accomplished in Blaenavon by Torfaen County Borough Council and its many partners working together.
The Blaenavon World Heritage Site Partnership, however, is looking to the future and wants your ideas and suggestions on how the Blaenavon World Heritage Site should be managed between 2011 and 2016. A draft Management Plan has been prepared by the Blaenavon WHS Partnership, which identifies the key issues facing the World Heritage Site over the next five years and proposes a range of exciting and innovative projects to ensure that the protection, conservation and promotion of the World Heritage Site is maintained in the years to come.
An exhibition highlighting the key proposals is available to view at Blaenavon World Heritage Centre between Saturday 2 April and Tuesday 3 May along with a copy of the draft plan. Alternatively, click here to download the draft Management Plan or Executive Summary.
Please email any comments to Cath Thomas, Head of Regeneration (TCBC) and Blaenavon World Heritage Site Co-ordinator, c/o firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public meetings will be held at the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre on Tuesday 12 April, 7pm-8pm, and at Llanfoist Village Hall on Thursday 14 April, 6:30pm-7:30pm, where you will have the chance to speak to officers working for the Blaenavon World Heritage Site.
Wedi ei bostio ar Dydd Llun 29th Chwefror 2016