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23 Jul 2019

The Role of Public-Private Partnerships and the Third Sector in Conserving Heritage Buildings, Sites, and Historic Urban Areas

Author: Susan Macdonald and Caroline Cheong

This publication is directed toward those working in the cultural heritage sector. While it is not a guide to the use of public-private partnerships (PPPs), it aims to foster an understanding of their underlying concepts and demonstrate how and where they have been used to create successful heritage conservation outcomes. Case studies are used to illustrate various PPP types, the roles and responsibilities of partners, and how PPPs have met conservation goals for a range of heritage places, from individual buildings to historic urban areas. 
 

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