Heritage Management is UMC’s forte since its inception. Heritage represents the history of communities, embodying their tradition and culture through architecture and the urban form. With a team of enthusiasts including architects, urban designers, archaeologists and urban planners, we nurture a passion towards heritage conservation.
We firmly believe that old buildings and city plans in and around urban areas should be looked upon as assets rather than liabilities. UMC believes that potential conflicts between conservation and development can be avoided by increasing the functional integration of urban space through comprehensive planning and research.
We have assisted governments to list, document and grading heritage assets, preparation of heritage management plans, creation of heritage specific bye-laws around ASI protected monuments and providing hand holding support for design and construction to develop heritage precincts.