Thinking about asset transfer : 21 November 2012

IHBC Scotland study day and AGM

Location: Maryhill Burgh Halls, 10 Garbraid Avenue, Glasgow G20 8YE

10.00 coffee
10.30 Introduction Stuart Eydmann, IHBC Scotland Branch Convener
10.45 The role of Development Trust Association Scotland and different models for asset transfer to communities Linda Gillespie, Project Manager, with Chris Brooks, Intern Community Ownership Support Service Development Trust Association Scotland (DTAS)
11.45 The role and services of the AHF in relation to asset transfer Gareth Cheeseman,
Projects and Development Officer (North) Architectural Heritage Fund
12.30 tour of Maryhill Burgh Halls

13.00 Lunch.

14.00 The local authority’s evolving role from the early days of ‘managing expectations’ of the community right through to transfer of the asset: how the Trust and the Council grew to view each other as longer term partners for delivery of other projects.  Donna Brooks Principal, Land and Property Development, DRS Glasgow.
14.40  Delivering the project Hunter Reid, Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust
15.20  Choices in disposal of property. Kelso High School: a Borders’ cause célèbre? Dennis Rodwell, architect.
16.00 Conclusions
16.15 Tea and discussion

17.00 AGM of IHBC Scotland branch (may be attended separately, free of charge)
19.00 vacate premises

Cost: £25 per head. Pay at door. Reserve a place: adminsecretaryscotland@ihbc.org.uk
CPD certification will amount to 5 hours (towards Members’ 50 hours over two years)

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