The Historic Towns & Villages Forum (HTVF) has been supporting professionals working in the historic built environment since 1987.
The HTVF was founded to establish and encourage contact between local authorities with responsibility for the management of historic towns and cities, and between these authorities and other public, private and voluntary sector agencies:
HTVF is funded from three sources: -
The HTVF Board, elected by the AGM, meets four times a year to discuss issues, agree work programmes and make policy decisions.
2012-2013 Annual Report (203KB)
2011-2012 Annual Report (323KB)
2010 - 2011 Annual Report (2.9MB)
HTVF is administered by part-time staff based in Kellogg College at the University of Oxford.
The Forum holds a strategy meeting approximately annually, bringing members of the Forum together, to discuss policy and strategy issues. Minutes for October 2008 Strategy Meeting
The Constitution was last amended by the AGM in October 2009.