English Heritage's 'Corporate Plan 2011 - 2015' was launched by the Minister for Tourism and Heritage, John Penrose MP, in May 2011.
It describes the context in which we will be working, our priorities and the budget we have to work with. You can watch the videos of all the speeches and interviews from the Corporate Plan launch.
The Minister returned to Apsley House on 22 May 2012 to speak on the theme of 'Heritage and Economic Growth'. English Heritage Chair Baroness Andrews reviewed the last year's achievements and Chief Executive Simon Thurley took the opportunity to set out English Heritage's plans for the coming year. You can watch Simon Thurley's speech from this event below.
Watch videos of the speeches and interviews with Simon Thurley and John Penrose MP.
We have four aims which are similar to those in our previous strategy, underpinned by a fifth relating to excellence.
Identify and protect our most important heritage
Champion England's heritage
Support owners, local authorities and voluntary organisations to look after England's heritage
Help people appreciate and enjoy England's national story
Achieve excellence, openness and efficiency in all we do
Our aims, together with the heritage cycle, which represents our business philosophy, are presented on pages 11 to 13 of this downloadable publication.
English Heritage remains committed to helping people to understand, value, care for and enjoy England's historic environment.
You can download both the 'Corporate Plan 2011 - 2015' and 'Making the Past Part of our Future' from the right hand side of the page.
A limited number of hard copies of the 'Corporate Plan 2011 - 2015' has been produced. If you would like a copy please contact English Heritage Customer Services on 0870 333 1181 or email: Customers@english-heritage.org.uk
English Heritage Projects 2012-2013
From developments at properties in our care, to major research projects and heritage rescues, find out more about our projects and plans for 2012-2013 by downloading the document 'Next Steps for England's Heritage' from the right hand side of this page.