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Built Heritage: Committee to hear evidence

On Monday 21st November 2022, the Select Committee of Tynwald on Built Heritage will take further oral evidence as part of its inquiry into the options available for better protecting the Island’s historic built environment.  

The following witnesses will appear at the times listed below:  

10.30am:David Kinley, traditional stonemason; Craig Mullinor, architectural technician; Karen Kirby, registered buildings renovator; Tony Pass, architect and retired town planner

11.30am:Dr Andrew Martin, researcher; Patricia Newton, semi-retired Town Planning Consultant

12.15pm:Charles Corden, retired Chartered Surveyor; Peter Kelly, representative of the Building Conservation Forum 

The evidence will be heard in public in the Legislative Council Chamber, Legislative Buildings, Bucks Road, Douglas; members of the public are welcome to attend.  The evidence can also be heard via the “live and listen again” audio webcast service on the Tynwald website.

The Members elected to the Committee are Jason Moorhouse MHK, Bill Henderson MLC, and Marlene Maska MLC.  The Committee has elected Mrs Maska as its Chair.    

The progress of the Committee’s inquiry can be followed via the Tynwald website.  

For further information contact: 
Francisca Gale
Clerk to the Committee 
Legislative Buildings, Douglas, IM1 3PW
Tel: (01624) 685500

Published - 16/11/2022