Daily Archives: 13/02/2018

Jobs for all @ ‘IHBC Jobs etc’: Your new weekly update on employment opportunities totalling more than £150K of annual income! 

Whether you are an applicant looking for career progression or an employer seeking the best applicants for your service – public, charity or commercial – IHBC Jobs etc is the first place to visit, so we’ve started a regular weekly … Continue reading

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REMINDER: FREE CPD for IHBC Members at LPOC Property Show!

More benefits for IHBC members – LPOC Property Show’s free IHBC CPD from Bob Kindred and more: drinks; networking; stands etc,  24-5 Feb, London (Book ASAP)

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IHBC member benefits abound as ‘Building Conservation Directory’ 2018 arrives: From WHS development to masonry bridges and more

IHBC members will find many current topics and new developments discussed in the latest Building Conservation Directory (BCD) from IHBC’s partner publisher Cathedral Communications, with an introduction by Sir Laurie Magnus, Chair, Historic England and content that ranges from development … Continue reading

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IHBC CPD check: On ‘Building Design’, at DBW – and maybe make your own contributions on heritage issues too!

IHBC members may find a useful introduction to the thorny subject ‘Building Design’ in an article on Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW), and as it can be edited, anyone with special skills, interests or concerns on the topic may add to … Continue reading

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IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Glasgow landmark saved in citywide regeneration project

Glasgow Live reports on how the city’s A-Listed British Linen Bank building, which was built in 1900 and designed by architect James Salmon, and has lain empty for years – has been saved as part of citywide transformation and regeneration … Continue reading

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SPIC launches briefing paper on the Planning (Scotland) Bill – How the Scottish planning system currently operates

The Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPIC) has launched a briefing paper by Alan Rehfisch on the ‘Planning (Scotland) Bill-How the Scottish planning system works’.

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MHCLG: Revised NPPF for England due before Easter

Chief Planning Officer at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s (MHCLG), Steve Quartermain, has written to England’s local authorities to say that the government intends to publish a draft revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) before Easter, and … Continue reading

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Not over yet: Victorian Society appeals against Bath Abbey judgement

The Victorian Society have applied for leave to appeal against the recent judgement in favour of removing the nave pews from Bath Abbey.  

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Theatres Trust announces Theatres at Risk Register for 2018

Theatres Trust has launched its Theatres at Risk Register 2018 with a call for local authorities to better support their theatre buildings by developing the opportunities they offer to their communities, while the Brighton Hippodrome has been named the most … Continue reading

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Applications for VAG Spring Conference bursary now open: Bangor, 3-7 April – closes 3 March 

The 2018 Spring Conference of the Vernacular Architecture Group (VAG) will be held at Bangor University, from 3 – 7 April, and applications are open until 3 March for three bursaries to assist registered students or professionals in the early … Continue reading

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