The purpose of a Conservation Management Plan (also known as a Conservation Plan) is a document that helps develop the management strategy for historic assets, sites and place. It explains the significance of the asset and examines how any future use, management, alteration or repair will be carried out in order to retain that significance. It informs the way an asset is conserved and managed, by establishing why the asset matters and what matters about it.
The MSDS Marine team have considerable experience in writing Conservation Management Plans and can provide advice as required. This section includes some recent projects we have worked on.