Resources for Change have extensive experience in evaluating land based heritage programmes, most of which have a rural context and are aimed at reviewing a landscape’s management in some way.
In October 2014 we were commissioned to support the development of an exciting natural heritage project on the Norfolk Broads led by Natural England. This wildlife heritage project seeks to restore one of the most significant areas of broad and marsh in Britain. We helped develop exciting new ways of involving the public in the site and its future as well as the restoration itself. This included considering access, interpretation, volunteering, and other aspect of engagement for the proposal for Heritage Lottery and LIFE funding. In addition, our team also developed the Monitoring & Evaluation Framework designed to report on both progress and impact.