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|Title:||Adelaide Botanic Garden conservation study|
|Author:||Aitken, Richard K.|
Jones, David Sydney
|Publisher:||Board of the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide|
|School/Discipline:||School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban design|
|Abstract:||This Conservation Study was commissioned in May 2003 in accordance with a project brief dated February 2003. The project brief stated that the Conservation Study will include a review of: (a) Existing natural, archaeological, and cultural heritage sources, and a bibliography relating to the Gardens estates; (b) Plans that illustrate the history of significant changes to the Gardens estates; (c) Principles and guidelines for the conservation of cultural heritage (including buildings, buildings, paths, hard landscape elements, living collections, and landscape) in the context of the Gardens as a contemporary scientific and cultural institution; and result in the preparation of: (d) A Statement of Significance for each Garden identifying (and prioritising) heritage values in the context of the Gardens’ role as a scientific and cultural institution; (e) Recommendations for conservaton works and management (or further conservation studies) for individual elements (e.g. Victoria house, significant trees) and collections (e.g. statuary, botanical collections); (f) Documentation of the constraints and opportunities arising from the Statement of Sinificance and their impact on current operations and the Site Master Plans; and, (g) Possible funding opportunities and partnerships|
|Rights:||© Department of Environment & Heritage, South Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||Architecture publications|
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