Ulster Architectural Heritage (UAH), lead Friend for the IHBC’s 2018 School, is offering IHBC members and School delegates 25% off select publications, to support their CPD and learning experience at the School. Simply email Joanna at email@example.com, quoting your IHBC membership number or your School booking form number (top right # ), for the online purchase code to secure exclusive reductions.
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NB: Collect at the UAH offices only; p&p is extra if required.
IHBC Director Sean O’Reilly said: ‘We are delighted to have the support and assistance of UAH at our 2018 School, including our registration venue and tours, as well as UAH being a very welcome School Friend.’
‘This additional offer from UAH gives IHBC members and School delegates 25% off their publications. It will really help both members and delegates maximise their 2018 School CPD benefits and experience there, and make sure they make the best of their time in Belfast and beyond.’
‘And many will already know that UAH publications range widely across heritage topics while maintaining a consistently high standard of knowledge and conservation practice. These publications offer yet another important route to understanding conservation across Northern Ireland.’
This special offer applies to purchases by IHBC members and 2018 School delegates only, of the UAH publications below. Delegates can save more on delivery by collection at the school from UAH offices.
- Central Belfast. An Historical Gazetteer
- Bedside Book of Dormers
- An Introduction to Ulster Architecture
- Modern Ulster Architecture
- Young & MacKenzie. A Transformational Provincial Practice 1850-1960
- Buildings of County Armagh
- Buildings of County Antrim
- Buildings of North County Down
The offer does not include the most recent UAH publication, Glamour & Gloom.
For publication details and to purchase online see the website.
NB: Collect at the event on School registration at UAH offices; p&p is extra if required.
Ulster Architectural Heritage has an established reputation as one of the most prolific publishers of books on historic buildings in Northern Ireland, and across the nine counties of Ulster.
Books published by Ulster Architectural Heritage have appeared steadily since 1968. With over 50 books published to date. UAHS publications are used by academics, historians, architects and planners, and are widely collected as an invaluable resource on local history and buildings past and present. Our publications range from general books on local architecture to monographs on particular architects or houses. At the core are the historical gazetteers that describe nearly every building in many of Ulster’s towns with detailed descriptions and histories illuminated by anecdotes and numerous photographs. Other series focus on the architects of Ulster or a particular time period in Ulster’s architectural history. Ulster Architectural Heritage publications are available to purchase directly from UAH online, and are also available in good bookshops.
TO ORDER: To secure reductions contact the IHBC at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your code, quoting your IHBC membership number or your School booking form number then order online and collect your books at the UAH offices on registration.
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For the School see belfast2018.ihbc.org.uk