Strategy 2000 [Final]

Object Title

Strategy 2000 [Final]

Strategy 2000 [Final]

Date

Jun-90

Reference

RA SP/1989/S2000/000/2

Level

File

Scope and Content

A proposal to develop a financially self-sufficient Royal Armouries Museum on wholly new sites. The plan was developed in order to overcome: lack of suitable space in the Tower of London to mount displays, store objects and accommodate staff; and the inability of the Museum to establish its own identity with the Tower of London. 1. The Royal Armouries past and present and future; 2. The design of the new museum; 3. Royal Armouries USA; 4. The Tower of London; 5. Investment appraisal working papers; 6. The Royal Armouries at Meadowhall, Sheffield : market analysis and attendance potential / KPMG (May 1990); Appendix. Sheffield feasibility study [incomplete], a draft study including (1) a strategic overview by James Cooke; (2) papers by members of staff, consultants and others, and (3) Peat Marwick's report. See BOTA/MP/90/20. Papers relating to the 46th meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Armouries held in the New Armouries, HM Tower of London on 21 June 1990 [incomplete, and the 47th meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Armouries held in the New Armouries, HM Tower of London on 12 July 1990.

Extent

1 document

Access Conditions

Closed

Reproduction Conditions

Copyright of the Board of Trustees of the Armouries