Training in Conversion and Maintenance of Buildings of Historical Value via Public-Private Partnership

We have carried out training in public-private partnership in conversion, maintenance and management of buildings historical value. The training was organized as part of the Forget Heritage project, financed by Interreg Central Europe and commissioned by the Economic Development Bureau of the Capital City of Warsaw. It covered the following themes:

  • What PPP mechanisms can be used in the adaptation and management of historic buildings?
  • How to combined the aims of public and private partners in their collaboration?
  • What shall the owner of a historic building remember about?
  • How to plan collaboration between private and public partners?
  • What kind of projects could fit into the broader development of the district?

The training was intended for three groups: public administration, creative sector and NGO.

We have invited experienced experts: Grzegorz Kaczorowski, lawyer, director of Partnership and Business Centre in Gdansk Municipality and Paweł Filipowicz, head of the National Institute of Heritage in Lodz. The training included a study tour in Nowy Teatr in Warsaw. Maciej Czeredys explained the issues associated with adaptation and maintenance of former Municipal Cleaning Company garage.


Date: September – November 2018