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 The University of Liverpool’s HistBEKE project is funded by Historic England, and has been set up to try and help everyone who works with the historic built environment to increase their knowledge and understanding of the assets that they work with. By creating a knowledge exchange framework, we aim to:

• Enhance decision-making processes through wider access to current knowledge
• Set an agenda for knowledge enhancement through targeted projects and research
• Enable more effective management and protection of the built historic environment
• Establish a sustainable and collaborative network to maintain the framework into the future

To help us with this, we would like to find out what you already know, the kind of buildings or research you’re working on, and your ideas and suggestions for what the framework and agenda might include. To enable us to do this, we’ve prepared this short survey which will take just a few minutes to complete, and is all simple, multiple choice questions. The methodology for the survey can be found here if you wish to look at it: documents

The results of the survey will help us to define the themes and topics for discussion at regional workshops that we’ll be running in the Autumn. These workshops will allow us to discuss in more detail what the framework might include and how it could work. Further details will be posted on our blog ( once they have been arranged.