The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) is moving for heritage regulation by awareness contest, with actions and specialists having submitted advice about private heritage structures in the city’s Revised Master Plan (RMP) 2031.
INTACH is organizing a meeting on 7th, April. The title of the conference is “Economics of Urban Heritage: Conservation, Hurdles, and Opportunities”. This meeting will take together government officials, environmentalists, investors, and urban planners to discuss the tourism ability of constructed heritage.
Meera Iyar is convenor, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Bengaluru chapter. She said that in the light of the RMP 2031 where rules stop owners from destroying or severely modifying their houses, deriving economic advantages by government motivations, tax breaks or commercial adventures may be useful.
She added that Bengaluru’s structural heritage means streets, markets, and neighborhoods, rather than a place or memorials. Therefore, it would help to start small implementations such as creating public neighborhoods spaces nearby the historical structure maintaining local characters and attracting tourists to that space.
Rajiv Patel is an Ahmedabad-based real estate developer, co-founded the City Heritage Foundation to monetize heritage. He believed that the given different plans to hit the tourist’s ability of heritage are in cold storage, discussions should perfectly start with strong regulation. Sequentially would also help adjustable re-use.
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was established in 1984 in New Delhi. Its vision is to initiate heritage knowledge and protection in India. Currently, INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organization, with 190 chapters across the country.
The mission of INTACH to conserve heritage is based on the belief that being in agreement with heritage improve the quality of life, and it is the responsibility of every citizen of India as set down in the Constitution of India.