The Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site Public Realm Design Guide
The Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site Public Realm Design Guide was produced in 2011 to provide a cost effective and sustainable framework for the design, management and maintenance within the public realm of the World Heritage Site.
The quality of the public realm is an important component of the World Heritage Site. What it looks like and how it functions are all part of reinforcing local distinctiveness and about contributing to sustaining and enhancing the area and its community.
The purpose of the guide is to protect and where necessary improve the quality of the public realm by helping to reduce, correct and prevent uncoordinated and inappropriate construction details and materials as well as providing guidance to help coordinate the many agencies which are responsible for creating and maintaining the quality of street works.
The World heritage Site Public Realm Guide was a joint partnership project between Telford & Wrekin Council, English Heritage and Shropshire Council.
Download the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site Public Realm Guide
Last updated: 07/04/2022 14:01