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Neil Redfern

Neil Redfern has worked for Historic England (previously English Heritage) in York for fourteen years, where he is currently Principal Inspector of Ancient Monuments for Yorkshire and is responsible for delivery of Historic England’s statutory advice on planning, listed building and scheduled monument consent applications in the region. He has an M.Phil in Archaeological Heritage Management and Museums (University of Cambridge), and a BA (Hons) in Geography and Archaeology (University of Manchester).

He has over 20 years’ experience of cultural heritage management, archaeological fieldwork, survey and assessment and museum practice through working for English Heritage, the Cambridge Archaeological Unit, the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) and the Wordsworth Trust. He is particularly interested in the practical and philosophical challenges faced in securing the conservation and enhancement of heritage places and articulating their full social economic value to owners, managers and the wider community.

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