Donovan Rypkema – the lead heritage economist in the US – will anchor the afternoon session of the IHBC’s 2021 Brighton School, on June 18, while his business networks look at taking 3 stalls at the MarketPlace, recognising the ‘innovative format and the chance to share… in a virtual, intimate setting’!
… Donovan Rypkema…. will anchor the afternoon webinar session…
Donovan Rypkema, president of Heritage Strategies International and principal of its US sister company PlaceEconomics – the Washington DC-based real estate and economic development-consulting firm – will anchor the afternoon webinar session at the IHBC’s 2021 Brighton Day School on 18 June.
‘While the COVID-19 pandemic has limited our opportunities to convene with our global colleagues, this programme allows us to network with a new international audience.’
[Donovan said] … especially thrilled by the innovative format of the MarketPlace…
‘We are especially thrilled by the innovative format of the MarketPlace stalls and the chance to share what we have learned about economics of heritage conservation in a virtual, intimate setting.
IHBC Director Sean O’Reilly said: ’Obviously we’re absolutely delighted to continue our association with Donovan – a longstanding and invaluable pro-bono contributor to our work. His presence at the School widens access to his huge knowledge base in heritage economics and services.’
‘No less important is that so many of our members will be able to see and question first-hand the work he and his linked companies undertake through our low-cost MarketPlace stalls, with more details to come in our free NewsBlog news service and the Stallholder listings.’
.. invaluable pro-bono contributor to our work…
… delighted to confirm Donovan Rypkema as the latest speaker…
Representing the School hosts, the IHBC’s South East Branch, Committee Chair and architect Jo Saady said: ‘We are delighted to confirm Donovan Rypkema as the latest speaker in our line up for Brighton 2021. His work is at the nexus of historic preservation and economics, and absolutely central to our School theme!’
… His work is at the nexus of historic preservation and economics…
‘Rypkema recently received the Crowninshield Award, America’s highest preservation honour, where he was also recognised for his lifetime contribution to historic preservation in the United States. No-one is better placed to talk to delegates about the intersection between the built heritage and economic development, a subject that lies at the heart of every conservation project.’
- IHBC’s 2021 Brighton School
- School Heritage MarketPlace
- MarketPlace Stallholder listings
- Book your stall HERE, typically only £100+VAT!
See more on Donovan at:
- https://www.placeeconomics.com/about_us/donovan-rypkema/ and
- On the Newsblogs at https://newsblogsnew.ihbc.org.uk/?s=rypkema
- On the ‘Case for Incentives’ in the IHBC’s 2020 Yearbook at
- On ‘Heritage Conservation and the Sustainability of Cities’ in the IHBC’s 2020 Yearbook at https://www.ihbc.org.uk/Yearbook/2020Yearbook/16/
- On the ‘Case for Incentives’ in the IHBC’s 2016 Yearbook at https://ihbc.org.uk/Yearbook/articles/case_for_incentives/index.html
- On ‘The economic power of conservation’ in IHBC’s Context, No. 84, May 2004, at http://www.ihbconline.co.uk/context/84/index.html#20