Daily Archives: 13/04/2018

‘IHBC Jobs etc.’ skills review: From conservation & design, DAC support and project management, to designation in Scotland!

To help understand skills and career profiles in the sector, the IHBC now offers regular reviews of career openings and staff appointments as featured on our IHBC Jobs etc. service, with some posts still open!

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IHBC meets Wikipedia (again): New entry posted by IHBC Chair

A Wikipedia entry for the IHBC, drafted by IHBC Chair James Caird, has now been published.

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Reminder: ‘Early Bird’ rates end next Friday – 20th April

Reminder: ‘Early Bird’ rates for 2018 School end 20 April

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Boost your IHBC accreditation submission (& CPD) with our free application support MATE sessions: Nottingham (25/04), Belfast (31/05), Glasgow (7/06)

The next round of the IHBC’s popular and free MATE sessions – our Membership Application Training Events, supporting applications for IHBC accreditation – is under way with plans in place for Nottingham (25/04), Belfast (31/05: Online booking open), Glasgow (7/06), … Continue reading

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IHBC HESPR’s top pick from up to c.£140K+ of costed work this week: Project management Wordsworth Trust, closing 30/04, £40,000 contract

The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – the Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition scheme – offers members weekly ‘News and Tender Alert’ emails, with costed opportunities worth some £60K+ this week, with the IHBC Director’s top pick for NewsBlog readers … Continue reading

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IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Historic Leeds gem’s future, as seen by The Yorkshire Evening Post

The Yorkshire Evening Post describes how an ageing heritage asset, the White Cloth Hall – one of Leeds’ oldest buildings, which dates back to 1771 – deemed at risk after falling into disrepair, could see its future secured as bids … Continue reading

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Consultation on new ‘National Heritage Science Strategy: 2018-2023’: Closing 20 April 

Heritage science is the application of science and technology to cultural heritage to improve understanding, management and engagement, and a consultation is open until 20 April 2018 on a new National Heritage Science Strategy: 2018-2023.

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Heritage Alliance publishes first ever international report

The Heritage Alliance (THA) has published the first ever report on the independent heritage sector’s impact overseas, led by past THA CEO, Kate Pugh.

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£27M funding scheme to improve lakes and rivers in England

A new £27 million scheme is open for applicants to help improve England’s waterways, funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.

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New Chair of the Planning Inspectorate board: RTPI’s former CEO 

Royal Town Planning Institute CEO Trudi Elliott has been appointed as the new independent Chair of the Planning Inspectorate board. image: Michael Ellis, MP – contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.

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Two year pilot £1.8m scheme launched to ‘help build a sustainable future for listed places of worship’

A new two-year £1.8m scheme has ben launched to help build a sustainable future for listed places of worship in England, to be piloted with expert advisors working across the urban and rural areas of Manchester and Suffolk. image: Michael … Continue reading

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