The Built Environment and Human Wellbing
The built environment is highly connected and provides significant value to our communities. Yet the traditional mechanisms to value the worth of built assets typically consider those assets in isolation: neither considering the community they serve nor the connections and interrelationships that exist within the built environment itself. Heritage buildings can, for example, provide many services to community, including cultural value, tourism, community meeting spaces, etc. Yet, when we assess the value of a repair, we consider these values in an ad-hoc fashion, or not at all.
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