Be2camp is for people interested in how the latest web applications and web design techniques (Web 2.0; eg: RSS, blogs, Twitter, Wikis, etc) could help build a better, more sustainable built environment– planning, design, construction, even occupation and management of buildings, infrastructure, landscape, etc.
Be2camp events – Be2camp 2008, the UK’s (possibly the world’s) first ‘unconference’ focused on Web 2.0 and the built environment, was held in London in October 2008. 2009 saw four events in Liverpool, Birmingham and London, while 2010 featured eight events. And 2011 kicked off with the Be2Awards in London on 9 February.
This website is run by ProjectBook Ltd © July 2011 and was designed to report on Be2Heritage, an event run in collaboration with Be2camp. ProjectBook.co.uk offers building conservation resources for heritage professionals, period property and listed building owners. The site offers building conservation articles, listed property case studies, and information on building conservation and restoration. You can also find heritage events, CPD and jobs. Visit ProjectBook for more information.