Networking across the disciplines and across the sectors, helps to develop working relationships which in turn improves working practices in all fields. This is the Forum’s USP – it is the only UK-based organisation which facilitates this exchange.
Members receive information and have the opportunity for in depth discussion of the issues affecting their towns and cities at the events held around the country. Both published and on-line guidance brings together examples of good practice to help decision makers.
Developing a range of ways of working with others, in different professions and sectors, is of great value to professional growth and participation in the Forum offers a way of increasing understanding and knowledge.
Although fees have been frozen, the standard of professional services offered by the Forum will remain high. The different categories of Membership have been created to meet the needs of all of those engaged in historic towns – as professionals or interested volunteers.