161 – September 2019
IHBC Annual School, Nottingham

IHBC Annual School Nottingham

Heritage, risk and resilience: confronting conservation calamities

Editorial – What we learned in Nottingham

Thursday Tours

Friday Day School:

Recovery and disaster management
Keynote speaker – Zaki Aslan

SESSION 1: FIRE
Fire and emergency – Steve Emery

Reconstructing the Mackintosh – Liz Davidson

SESSION 2: STRUCTURAL FAILURE AND HERITAGE AT RISK
The art of the possible – Ed Morton

Getting close to Victoria Mills – Gez Pegram

Heritage at risk: who cares? – Ben Robinson

SESSION 3: SECURITY, DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND LEGAL ISSUES
The crime and terrorism risk – Stephen Armson-Smith

Digital against disaster – Lyn Wilson

The legal consequences of destroying heritage assets – Charles Mynors

Heritage assets in disrepair: the legal powers – Nigel Hewitson

SESSION 4: FLOODING
Flood risk and resilience – James Innerdale

Flooding: recovery and improvement – Helen Brownlie

Phoenix at Stoke Rochford Hall – David Cattell

Saturday Tours

IHBC Gus Astley Student Awards and IHBC Marsh Awards

ANTHONY CLARKE – The iron roof at the Albert Dock

JOHN EDWARDS – New standard for retrofitting UK homes

JEREMY PRESCOTT – War memorials: sacrifice and remembrance

160 – July 2019
Remembering the Second World War

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SECOND WORLD WAR

159 – May 2019
Building services

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Hidden Worlds – Building Services

HUGH GRIFFITHS – Servicing an 18th-century skyscraper

NICK HILL – Authenticity? Leave it alone

KENT WOODS – Civil engineering and the health of a Victorian town

RHYS BROOKES -Historic lighting in Bath’s public realm

LOUISE PRIESTMAN – Servicing Durham Cathedral’s Open Treasure project

CHRISTINA SINCLAIR, REBECCA STONE and TOM WATERSON – Respecting Waterhouse

MALCOLM AIRS – Creative thinking in a neighbourhood plan

SABINE COADY SCHÄBITZ – Can the heritage of Europe help to integrate the UK?

DAVID GARRARD – Bricks and mortar, flesh and blood

CHRIS MAYES – The complexities of designed historic landscapes

NICK CORBETT – AWN Pugin: making Britain gothic (part II)

158 – March 2019
Highlands and Islands

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Immersed, charmed and inspired on conservation’s front line – TOM HUNTER

Taking the breath away – CLIFF HAGUE

Celebrating these pinnacles of prehistoric building – KENNETH McELROY

Lord Leverhulme’s Hebridean experiment – SUSAN RABÉ

Re-thatching a Hebridean blackhouse – MATTHEW WITHEY

Orkney gables in a changing climate – JESSICA HUNNISETT

Engaging communities in our Highlands and Islands – DAWN McDOWELL

New architecture of Scotland’s west coast – FIONA NEWTON

In search of Highland manses – ANDREW MILLAR

The cost and the value of heritage – STEVEN TOLSON

Out of the mists and myths of the past – JANE HOULTON

Bring on the conservation team – ROGER EVANS 

157 – November 2018
European perspectives

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JUKKA JOKILEHTO – Concerning heritage

JOHN PENDLEBURY and LOES VELDPAUS – Before and after Brexit

INGVAL MAXWELL – Brexit and UK research into cultural heritage

MICHAEL ASSELMEYER – Conservation in Germany

TANJA VAHTIKARI – Harmonising heritage in the Nordic countries

DARREN BARKER – Skills in partnership

ASTRID SWENSON – Conserving Europeanness

ELENE NEGUSSIE – Visby as a historic urban landscape

IAIN McCAIG – Thatched properties and wood-burning stoves

JANE HOULTON – An extraordinary baroque miniature

BARRY McCORMACK, MITESH PATEL and RADU ENACHE – Opening up at Covent Garden

CLARA WILLETT – Caring for war memorials

LYALL THOW – Royal Academy’s art of reconnection