HESPR top Pick: Pembrokeshire seeks consultant to define and value cultural heritage, closing 13 June

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, and the Director’s top pick for NewsBlog readers this week features a call from Pembrokeshire County Council for a consultant to undertake a study to define the potential value and impact of Pembrokeshire’s cultural heritage, closing 13 June and with no value given.

IHBC Chair James Caird said: ‘Our weekly Bulletin of current tender notifications to HESPR members is an innovative service that supports commercial conservation businesses that work to the IHBC’s standards and expectations.  These weekly selections offer the wider heritage world a regular insight into the conservation profession that we hope combine good news, sector profile and service inspiration all in one.’

Top tender pick of the week:

The IHBC Director’s top pick from the HESPR Bulletin for this week is a call from Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC) which ‘wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced consultant to work with the Council and local stakeholders to undertake a study to define the potential value and impact of Pembrokeshire’s cultural heritage.’ The closing date is 1 June and no value is offered.

Find out more about this opportunity

For more on HESPR and how to become a HESPR member see hespr.ihbc.org.uk

Download the HESPR flyerHESPR flyer

For a free promotion of your tendering opportunities and work needs to the IHBC’s HESPR members, please send details and links to Joanna at contact@ihbc.org.uk, as soon as possible.

Tenders can also be advertised for a fee with IHBC Jobs etc, including a targeted email to 1600+ recipients as well as full coverage on our Newsblog alerts and social platforms (membership and followers c.14,000) and websites with 250,000 visits a month. Contact Joanna at contact@ihbc.org.uk

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