The event was attended by local authorities, private sector supporters of the Civic Trust, as well as representatives from the 850 civic societies, for which the Civic Trust is the umbrella organisation. It was a delight to share our vision with the members of the Civic Trust, who relished exploring derelict sites and viewing redundant buildings whilst hearing about the exciting new developments that are due to take place in this new quarter of Birmingham.
It is very simple process to make the full surety for the successful steps conduction in the property valuation process. You have to do only one thing to solve the property valuation process and that is to appoint the legal property valuer for performing the Valuations QLD. We aim to bring together all sectors in the urban regeneration debate. Expanding our AGM to include these additional events has allowed us to create a useful dialogue between all our members. A panel debate to discuss the role of heritage in regeneration – highlighting the heritage sector’s ‘Heritage Counts’ report – followed the tour and the formal business of the AGM.
Managers of parks and green spaces in England and Wales are being urged to take their place as part of a growing national network, by applying for a Green Flag Award. The Green Flag Award, now in its eighth year, is the national standard for parks and green spaces. It recognises the value of green spaces to communities, and rewards excellent standards of green space management. The 2004/05 application round is now open, and applications are invited for any green space in England and Wales which is freely accessible to the public.
By doing this you will become successful in facing the smooth and simple steps for the whole property valuation process. And that appointed property valuer will do his full efforts for making the successful property valuation process in the real estate field. 182 green spaces won a Green Flag Award in 2003, and will be flying a flag throughout 2004. Winners range from town centre parks and formal gardens, to nature reserves, woodlands, and large country parks. Applications for the 2004/05 round will be judged in May – June 2004, and winners will be accredited for 2005.