Preservation planning principle#1
Important historic properties cannot be replaced if they are destroyed.
Preservation planning principle #2
If planning for the preservation of historic properties is to have positive effects, it must begin before the identification of properties has been completed.
Preservation Planning Principle #3
Preservation planning includes public participation.
The Craig Group expertise spans a broad range of preservation planning activities. Though we specialize in working with historic communities and sites, our experience has been inclusive of older neighborhoods and business districts not designated as historic but holding the same collective value to the community. Our community-based planning process engages property owners, government, business and civic stakeholders in