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Monthly Archives: April 2012
With the consultation date for the ‘borderline anomalies’ extended to 18 May, the IHBC is asking members to bring forward evidence they might have of the damage the tax adjustments will or might cause to projects, especially works with a … Continue reading
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) has welcomed the high-level commitment by the Wales First Minister to ensure that addressing Buildings at Risk (BAR) will be a priority in the country’s new Heritage Bill. First Minister Carwyn Jones said … Continue reading
An update on the review of RCAHMS notes that currently agreed options are being assessed at present. RCAHMS writes: In November 2011, the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop, commissioned Historic Scotland to undertake a strategic options … Continue reading
The National Trust, English Heritage and East Northamptonshire Council have decided to mount a joint High Court challenge against the planning permission granted on appeal for a wind farm proposed for a location within a mile of a Grade I … Continue reading
You can find our about the current state of discussions – as at 16 April and including extensive links to press articles etc – around the ‘conservatory tax’ and the Green Deal, in a ‘Standard Note’ to Members of Parliament, … Continue reading
Clementine Cecil has been appointed as the new Director of SAVE, replacing William Palin who is set to leave the charity at the end of May, after four years at the helm, to pursue writing and restoration projects. Clementine Cecil … Continue reading
Former Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering managing director Graham Wren has takes over the lead at the industry skills card scheme CSCS. Building News: LINK
Northern Ireland Environment Minister Alex Attwood has reluctantly decided not to block the demolition of the Athletic Stores, an iconic Belfast landmark, as part of a mixed-use redevelopment scheme. The building is not listed but is in a conservation area. … Continue reading
English Heritage has started consulting on the historic and architectural significance of a number of historic railway buildings, bridges and tunnels along the 116 miles of track of the Great Western main line, which runs from London’s Paddington Station to … Continue reading
Communities Minister Greg Clark expects to see a sample of decisions by planning inspectors to ensure they meet the Government’s intention that the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) should be driven by the Coalition’s localism agenda, while in a related … Continue reading