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- IHBC’S NewsBlogs usually only summarise third party reports. Links to other sites may not be active so you may need to contact the host site for the original text.
- IHBC’s ‘Conservation Wiki’ spearheads the digital revolution – a 2016 IHBC School launch that gives ‘Power to the people’!
- IHBC 2016 School launch offers more ‘Power to the People’: ‘Caring for your Home’ – New help on how to look after the places in which we live!
- IHBC NW conference – ‘Home is where the heart is…’ – launched at IHBC’s 2016 School: 6 October
- Awards aplenty at IHBC Worcester 2016: Gus Astley Student Awards and Marsh
- IHBC’s 2016 AGM sees new officers elected, along with some familiar faces
- IHBC NI welcomes new Minister as ‘HE Division’ details structures and contacts
- CIfA-IHBC FREE reciprocal ‘taster’ memberships as MoU generates ‘a great new deal for all our members’
- IHBC update: 3 conservation contenders on RIBA’s first International Prize
- Could skyscraper seeking permission host London’s highest museum?
- Foyles War – SAVE & HE promote ‘call-in’ to halt SOHO demolition
- Wales’ new environment minister outlines 5 ‘asks’ of planning
- Nominate for the Vic Soc’s Top Ten Endangered for 2016
- Parliamentary committee critical of government flooding oversight
- Share your views on sustainability for Ecobuild 2017
- New interactive maps from CPRE reveals England’s light-polluted skies
- Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site valued at over £1 Billion
Daily Archives: 02/03/2012
The major event in the year for the conservation professional has been launched with the opening of the website and booking for the IHBC’s 2012 School, to take place in Winchester on 21-23 June, and which will tackle one of … Continue reading
There is a call out for from Vernacular Architecture Revival (VAR) for participants from anywhere in the UK to go on a FREE 10 day placement in Europe for personal development in areas covering ‘Accessing Vernacular Skills in … Continue reading
Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs has made £10m available to councils to regenerate Scotland’s conservation areas, while local authorities have until 31 August 2012, to submit an application. The Cabinet Secretary launched Historic … Continue reading
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has confirmed plans to consult on allowing greater flexibility for changes of use of existing agricultural buildings for other business purposes, for example offices, leisure and retail space. The … Continue reading
Neighbourhoods suffering the blight of empty homes could benefit from a £100 million boost to bring these properties back into use and provide stable homes for families in need, Communities Minister Andrew Stunell announced. Seeking expressions of … Continue reading
The Churches Conservation Trust challenges you to take part in its ‘Towering Challenge Abseil’, which will involve abseiling down one of the CCT’s historic churches in aid of the Trust’s regeneration and conservation work. There are up … Continue reading
Historic Scotland has published its new corporate plan. Historic Scotland writes: ‘Officially launched by the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop at a conference Our Historic Environment: Sharing the Vision, the corporate plan has been developed … Continue reading
New nature zones covering hundreds of thousands of hectares are to be set up across England, Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has announced. The 12 Nature Improvement Areas (NIA) announced today will each get a share of £7.5 … Continue reading
The Indian National Trust for Arts and Cultural Heritage (INTACH UK Trust) is offering financial support for students who as part of their study need to travel to India to undertake research in all areas of cultural heritage, … Continue reading
Arts Council England will include environmental sustainability criteria in its funding in what is believed to be a world-first for an arts funder. The council’s chief executive Alan Davey is due to make the announcement at a … Continue reading
New research produced on behalf of the National Trust (NT) and the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), with the RSPB, has explored the intricacies of the economic impact of planning. The research, published under the title … Continue reading