2024 marks the 100th anniversary of Historic Buildings and Places and the 80th anniversary of the Council for British Archaeology. To help celebrate our milestones the directors of the seven National Amenity Societies invite you to join them for a Question Time style panel session exploring our origins, roles, and the nature of 'National Amenity' in the twenty-first century.

This is your chance to ask us questions and help us shape the voice of amenity and heritage. Have you ever wondered what 'national amenity' means? Do the National Amenity Societies still have a role today - do you know what we do and how we work together? How are we addressing the key issues facing society today?

This will be an online event hosted on Zoom with a chance to submit your questions to the panel. You will be able to submit questions in advance when you register to attend. There will also be a chance to ask further questions during the evening as the discussion develops.

The Chair

The event will be chaired by Claudia Kenyatta, Director of Regions (job-share) at Historic England.

The Panel

Further details of the panel will be added soon.

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Booking your free ticket

This event is free to attend but you will need to book a ticket via the CBA website. As part of the booking process, you will need to register your details with the CBA website, this will enable you to edit your booking. By registering with the CBA we will store your data in line with our privacy policy and will not contact you about anything other than the event unless you have opted for us to do so. If you have any questions or problems with the booking process please contact [email protected].

Deborah Evans

Deborah Evans

Trustee and Chair of Conservation Committee, Gardens Trust

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Claudia  Kenyatta

Claudia Kenyatta

Director of Regions (job-share), Historic England

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Liz Power

Liz Power

Director, Historic Buildings and Places

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Neil  Redfern

Neil Redfern

CBA Executive Director

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