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James Semple Kerr (6 July 1932 – 15 October 2014) was an architectural historian and heritage practitioner in Australia, who was prominent in the drafting of the original Burra Charter and its subsidiary documents, and developing standards for conservation practice, particularly in relation to conservation assessments and management reports such as conservation management plans. Kerr's influence in the conservation movement is most notable for his publication of the Conservation Plan, which has guided building conservation in Australia and around the world.Australia ICOMOS > Publications > The Conservation Plan

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by Kerr, James Semple, 1932-2014
Sydney : National Trust of Australia (N.S.W.), Maritime Services Board of N.S.W., 1985
 
 
by Kerr, James Semple, 1932-2014
West Perth, W.A. : Building Management Authority of Western Australia, 1992
 
 
by Kerr, James Semple, 1932-2014
West Perth, W.A. : Dept. of Contract & Management Services for the Fremantle Prison Trust Advisory Committee, 1998
 
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