Daily Archives: 08/08/2017

IHBC’s new–style local training for UK practitioners: ‘Heritage Project Management’ – A ‘Unique Learning Experience’, on site at Bishop Auckland’s £90million project suite, 18/19 October

On 18/19th October the IHBC, with local and national partners, will host a learning day and more on ‘Heritage Project Management’, at Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, offering delegates from across the UK practical insights into the working of heritage-led regeneration … Continue reading

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IHBC CPD Boost: New ‘Heritage Science BIM’ report from HE, with added context from COTAC

Both the IHBC and COTAC have welcomed the new Historic England (HE) Report on ‘The Application of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within a Heritage Science Context’, while COTAC (of which IHBC is a member) helps set this work within the … Continue reading

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IHBC CPD boost: Advance your IHBC competences in ‘History’ & ‘Design’ with documentaries on top architects

OpenCulture, the free online culture resource, offers links to new documentaries on famous architects & buildings, including the Bauhaus, Le Corbusier, Hadid & many more, an easy way to develop skills across the IHBC’s ‘Areas of Competence’, your institute’s core … Continue reading

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England’s new Ministers acknowledge heritage values – THA to consult members in advance of October meeting with Gove

The Heritage Alliance (THA) has summarized the positive responses by various Ministers and Departments to congratulatory letters that included the Heritage Manifesto, and will gather members’ views in advance of a meeting with Michael Gove, Environment Secretary, scheduled for 11 … Continue reading

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Plans unveiled for new London ‘Culture mile’

The area between Farringdon and Moorgate is to become ‘culture mile’ over next 10-15 years.

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Warning after ancient Preseli Hills monuments damaged

Ancient rocks at a protected site in Pembrokeshire are being moved, damaged or stolen by visitors, conservationists have warned, according to reports from the BBC. image Pembrokeshire College’s Army preparation training course

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The SPAB’s ‘The Philip Webb Award’ 2017: closing 11 Sept 

Entries for the Philip Webb annual award for recent graduates and Part II students at UK Schools of Architecture will close on 11 September.

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Multi-million pound Welsh Streets transformation to go on show

Multi-million pound Welsh Streets transformation to go on show A multi-million pound project to transform dozens of empty Victorian homes in the Toxeth area of Liverpool into rental properties is being unveiled at a heritage open weekend.

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The Andor Gomme Collection of photographs now available

Almost 2,200 photographs from the Andor Gomme Collection are now available and the catalogue records can be searched via the Historic England Archive website.

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HLF: Restoration of (Mr) Turner’s House Sandycombe Lodge complete

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) writes that the conservation and restoration of Sandycombe Lodge, the Twickenham villa of one of Britain’s greatest landscape painters is now complete, made possible by money from National Lottery players. image from HLF website article … Continue reading

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