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Builders of modern Broads cruisers
Arising out of its ground-breaking work on Cutty Sark, the University of Greenwich can provide cost effective support to other historic ship owners who keen to conserve their priceless artifacts. Principal areas of skill are in the strength assessment of historic forms of ship construction and the development of techniques to turn conservation into a predictive science Consultants
Covering Bristol, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Isles of Scilly, Somerset, Wiltshire. Heritage organisations
Builders of GRP boats based on Cornish working boat designs, ranging from 16ft to 52ft. Also boat storage and repairs.
The Greenwich Maritime Institute offers postgraduate education in Maritime History. The MA degree programme focuses on maritime history since the late 18th century, with an emphasis on developing student skills in historical research. The programme is particularly aimed at those with an existing interest in the more recent maritime past who are keen to deepen and broaden their knowledge, and to investigate problems through individual research. It will also be relevant to those with a first degree in history or a related discipline who want to develop maritime history expertise.
HELM (Historic Environment Local Management) provides accessible information and guidance to decision makers in local authorities, regional agencies and national organisations whose actions affect the historic environment. The HELM programme was set up by English Heritage in 2004 with the aim of working with key partners to provide the tools to manage change in the historic environment with increased skill and confidence. Now under the Historic England umbrella. Heritage organisations