Findings from this book indicate that there is a role for an evaluation methodology in cultural built heritage (CBH) conservation decision-making for the public and private sectors. In this book Community Impact Evaluation (CIE) has been selected as it provides for the accounting of tangible and intangible attributes unique to CBH, often not equitably accounted. The method also allows the identification of conflicts providing the framework for resolution. It is recommended that government agencies and private developers, for cases involving protection of the CBH could adopt a CIE. In cases where government heritage agencies considered that a development might compromise conservation, a CIE could be undertaken to identify alternative courses of action. The project proponent, in the case of a private development, could undertake the CIE. The results of these could be used to assist in developing appropriate avenues for the implementation of the development. To simplify the CIE process the use of scoping, used in Environmental Assessment, has been recommended.