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- REMINDER – Gus Astley Student Award closing soon! 18/07/2017
- IHBC’s Context: Nos 21 to 44 online – From British Standard’s pre-history to early ‘themed’ issues: Historic paints and decorative features.. with added curtilage for spice 18/07/2017
- IHBC CPD boost: HES on Saving Craigmillar’s Art Deco heritage 18/07/2017
- Stone carving tutor Nina Bilbey awarded Prince Philip Medal 18/07/2017
- Research Council PhD Policy Internships Scheme: Call closing August 10 18/07/2017
- Hungerford TC unanimously votes to begin judicial review process in the High Court over AONB 18/07/2017
- Join the conversation on how culture and digital technology can work better together 18/07/2017
- Infrastructure systems for a better world: apply for funding from innovate UK 18/07/2017
- Saving Wales’s closed chapels and churches for future generations? WalesOnline on Carmarthen… 18/07/2017
- Telegraph Opinion: ‘Could Liverpool lose its World Heritage status – and would it even matter?’ 18/07/2017
- Students rewarded: Only 2 weeks left to win £500 and a free place in IHBC’s 2018 Annual School as Student Award closes 31 July – ‘Just send us your coursework, online and on time’! 14/07/2017
- IHBC welcomes Scotland’s new postgraduate building conservation course: HES at Stirling’s Engine Shed, including 4 FT bursaries! 14/07/2017
- HESPR’s top pick of the week: Heritage assessment and proposals, Bridge End Gardens, Saffron Walden, £5000, closing 30 July 14/07/2017
- Lake District inscribed as 31st UK World Heritage Site 14/07/2017
- BEFS on the ‘Built Environment’ at Edinburgh’s International Book Festival 14/07/2017
- AHRC: Transforming research in UK’s world-class cultural and heritage sectors 14/07/2017
- CPRE: More Green Belt being lost for housing without tackling the crisis – 70% remains ‘unaffordable’ 14/07/2017
- Cadw on economic values of Wales’ heritage: £963m & 40,500 jobs 14/07/2017
- ‘Church Tourism Week’ takes place nationwide this month! 14/07/2017
- CIC launches survey on future professionals from all disciplines 14/07/2017
- Civic Voice shortlists schemes for 2017 Design Awards: Headlines that HE is not a growth barrier 14/07/2017
- Opinion: Liverpool mayor says it is caring for its heritage buildings 14/07/2017
- IHBC welcomes CIOB Building Conservation Certification Scheme 11/07/2017
- IHBC’s ‘tender rating’ feedback opportunity for HESPR members 11/07/2017
- IHBC CPD Boosts from the US: CPD Forum Webinar Series – Preserving and Supporting Businesses in Historic Neighborhoods 11/07/2017
Daily Archives: 17/05/2017
IHBC welcomes Historic England support for 2017 Annual School: ‘Marking some 10 years of strategic support for accessible, sector-wide CPD’
The IHBC is delighted to announce that Historic England has extended its decade-long support for the IHBC’s Annual School and the accessible, sector-wide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities it offers.
The IHBC has launched a dedicated web page advising on the suite of insurance products and services on offer to support the work of IHBC members, schemes developed in partnership with McParland Finn Ltd insurance brokers and tailored to meet … Continue reading
The Chief Planner for Wales, Neil Hemington, has written to all heads of planning in Wales about changes to the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regime due to come into force on 16 May.
The Skyline Campaign has launched a petition against proposed change to Westminster Council’s policy on tall buildings, arguing it would be the ‘kiss of death to conservation’, and describing the consultation questionnaire as ‘devious and dishonest’.
Nominations for the Brick Awards 2017 are now open, with 15 different categories celebrating brick in every aspect of design and construction, and with a closing date of 9 June.
Opinion: WHS status for Lake District? Not if it’s preserving a sheepwrecked monument to subsidised overgrazing and ecological destruction
George Monbiot, writing in the Guardian, argues that, with UNESCO deciding in the next few weeks about inscribing the Lake District as a World Heritage Site, this would lock the Lake district into its ‘current shocking state’, ensuring that ‘recovery … Continue reading
Discover Edinburgh in 101 extraordinary objects: Part of Scotland’s Year of History Heritage and Archaeology
A new visitor experience ‘Edinburgh 101’ is launched as part of a plan to connect as many people as possible from all backgrounds to the heritage of the city, as party of Scotland’s Year of History Heritage and Archaeology.
An outdoor privy at Brodsworth Hall, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire is being hailed as ‘one of the poshest in the country’ after being restored at a Victorian country house.