Development of Moscow’s historic centre: problems and perspectives

White Chambers Cultural Centre

Will the new urban planning policy of the Moscow Government facilitate improvement in the heritage protection situation? Will there by any change to the status of protected zones and the rules of classifying architectural creations as objects of cultural heritage? These and other questions related to the details of implementation of urban planning policy in the city’s historic centre will be discussed by representatives of non-governmental organisations, architects, and cultural heritage protection experts.

Konstantin Mikhailov, Moscow, writer, coordinator of the Arkhnadzor movement
Galina Malnicheva, Chairman of the Central Council of the National Association for Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments
Eugene Asse, architect, professor at the Moscow Institute of Architecture
Elena Solovyeva, architect, head of the Historic Zones Society at the Moscow General Plan Scientific, Research and Design Institute
Dmitry Shvidkovsky, Rector of Moscow Institute of Architecture
Alexander Kybovsky, Head of The Moscow Cultural Heritage Department  (Moskomnasledie)