Track 7: REGENERATION – COMMUNITY, ECONOMICS, and EQUITABLE PLACES / Volet 7: Régénération – Collectivité, économie et lieux équitables

Finding the Profit in Heritage: Exploring the Development Potential of Historic Properties

Friday, October 13
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

A presentation will be provided on the outcomes and learnings of a one-day forum in St. John's NL (May 2017) intended to develop processes and principles for a more productive discourse between developers, heritage advocates, city officials, designers and other stakeholders on heritage and development.

Preserving heritage buildings often pits developers and property owners against heritage advocates and the public with municipal officials caught in the middle. It doesn’t have to be this way. A better understanding by all stakeholders of what the other needs to get out of the equation and a more transparent process for evaluating the highest and best use of heritage properties can pave the way for better outcomes and a more constructive dialogue.

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Jerry A. Dick

Executive Director
Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador

Jerry has served in the role of executive director with the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador since March 2016. Prior to that he was Director of Heritage with the Government fOf Newfoundland and Labrador for nearly 10 years. He has a BA in Independent Studies (architectural history and preservation) and an MA in cultural geography from Memorial University. His job experience includes Main Street coordinator, heritage inn owner and operator, interpretive planner, executive director of a regional community economic development agency and executive director of the Association of Heritage Industries NL.

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Hanna Bell

Hannah holds an MBA in Innovative Management from UPEI, and has 30 years of varied experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors in the UK, Brussels, and Canada. She is currently the Executive Director of the PEI Business Women's Association, owner of consultancy firm ‘The Solution Agency’; a partner in training firm ‘Business Learning Solutions’, and co-owner of ‘The SPOT Charlottetown’, a creative co-workspace and business incubator. Her work focuses on building capacity and influencing change through the power of story telling, practical training and skills development, strategic planning and partnerships, and sustainable project design.

Hannah is a community leader locally and nationally, including representing the province as governor with The National Trust for Canada and as champion for Startup Charlottetown, part of the Startup Canada entrepreneurs network.

Publications include:
“Development and Implementation of a Municipal Strategic Performance Management Framework Utilizing the Balanced Scorecard Methodology” October 2011, UPEI Scholar Press
“Validated entrepreneurial self-assessment instrument: A tool for self-evaluation of business-related knowledge, skills, and personal attributes" The Solution Agency, Charlottetown, PE, 2015
"Helping Women Get on TRACK:Building Resiliency Through a Business Mentoring Program for Women Entrepreneurs in Prince Edward Island", Chapter in "From Black Horses to White Steeds: Building Community Resilience" September 2017, Island Studies Press

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