The politics of managing a World Heritage Site: the complex case of Hadrian’s Wall

Material TypeArticleLanguageEnglish
TitleThe politics of managing a World Heritage Site: the complex case of Hadrian’s Wall Author(S)Victoria Rewcastle Bell (Author)
Abstract  Managing sites that cover large areas or have multiple designations within their boundary can be challenging, particularly if several organisations are responsible for managing different aspects of the site. Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site (WHS) was designated for its archaeological importance which is of universal significance. The management of Hadrian’s Wall is formalised in the WHS Management Plan (2008–2014), which aims to cover different objectives, with archaeology at the core of management. ...Paginationp 115-132
SubjectRecreation and performing artsDescriptorsLeisure
Journal TitleLeisure studies : the journal of the Leisure Studies Association  
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