Daily Archives: 03/07/2017

IHBC congratulates NW Branch on hosting Manchester’s spectacular 2017 Annual School, and more…

On behalf of IHBC members and colleagues, Chair James Caird thanked the institute’s North West Branch, its School committee and volunteers, for an excellent 2017 Annual School in Manchester, on 22-24 June, saying also that he looks forward to another … Continue reading

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IHBC welcomes Scotland’s newest addition to heritage education: The Engine Shed, by HES and Stirling

The IHBC has welcomed the opening of a new pan-Scotland heritage education centre engaging and informing all ages with Scotland’s built and historic environment: the Engine Shed in Stirling, inspired and delivered by Historic Environment Scotland (HES), and officially opened … Continue reading

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Lucie Carayon IHBC appointed next AMS Director 2018

Trustees of the Ancient Monuments Society (AMS) have announced at their AGM that their Casework Secretary, Lucie Carayon IHBC, is to take on the Directorship of the Society in early 2018. image courtesy of AMS

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IHBC HESPR’s top pick of the week: Condition survey of the Horniman Museum, valued @ £5000, closing 19 July

The IHBC’s heritage business listing, HESPR – the Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition scheme – offers members weekly Bulletins that bring tender and other business opportunities together into one handy resource, while the Director’s top pick for NewsBlog readers this … Continue reading

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IHBC recognised CPD providers & HESPR Members limited offer: Promote your service with free copies of the next issue of IHBC’s Context – Conservation and Urbanism

IHBC recognised CPD Providers and HESPR members have the opportunity to receive free copies of the next issue of IHBC’s Context, to help promote themselves to clients, businesses, and members, so if you are recognised and want free copies of … Continue reading

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Election 2017 update: UK government appointments summary

Following the 2017 elections, government has announced appointments for Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Department for Communities and Local Government (CLG). Parliamentary copyright images are reproduced with the permission … Continue reading

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Introducing HLF’s Heritage Ambassadors: 16-25, transforming the way young people experience heritage

The Heritage Lottery fund (HLF) has recruited a group of 16-25 year old ‘ambassadors’ to help transform the way young people experience and interact with heritage.

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LI-linked guidance outlines changes to new EIA Regulations which expand their scope

The Landscape Institute (LI) has signposted guidance outlining the main changes in the new Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations, which came into effect on 16 May.

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Dudley’s Black Country Living Museum forges ahead: Includes moving moving heritage, helped by Lottery’s £9.8m

A rare opportunity to save landmark community and commercial buildings from demolition, and rebuild them at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, has been awarded £9.8million from The National Lottery. image Black Country Living Museum

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