Normative Criteria for Relevant Evaluation
recording best practices
Relies on a local partnership to self-sustain
Developing and maintaining local partnerships (both in informal or formal / legal structures) is essential for trust, and working in collaboration rather than competition with other local initiatives and partners. Such partnerships are invaluable for the long-term reuse of heritage assets, supporting also ethical reuse, rather than exploiting certain partners for mean-while use, whilst focussing on others for longer-term uses.
- Emma Coffield, Katie Markham, Paul Richter, Rebecca Huggan, David Butler, Edward Wainwrightand Rebecca Prescott. 2019. More Than Meanwhile Spaces. Online via https://thenewbridgeproject.com/events/meanwhile-spaces-publication-launch-party/(New Bridgeand Newcastle University, UK)
- Helen, Graham, and Vergunst Jo. 2019.Heritage as Community Research: Legacies of Co-Production. Policy Press.
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