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- IHBC update on MATE’s – Membership Application Training Events: Let Kate know if your Branch, network or business needs a MATE! 21/11/2017
- IHBC welcomes HE’s ‘Conservation Principles’ update consultation: Closing 2 February 2018 21/11/2017
- IHBC welcomes update of Scotland’s environment website 21/11/2017
- Icon launches next five-year strategy: 2017-21 21/11/2017
- £1Million restoration boost from Europe for Rothesay Pavilion 21/11/2017
- London’s landmark Admiralty Arch to become luxury Waldorf Astoria hotel 21/11/2017
- Radical plans unveiled to pedestrianise Oxford Street 21/11/2017
- ICOMOS shares Guidance Document on Post Trauma Recovery and Reconstruction for World Heritage Cultural Properties 21/11/2017
- Public sector risks in an era of austerity, from Zurich Municipal: ‘The danger is if councils lose their moral purpose.’ 21/11/2017
- Titanic Quarter developer in talks to join consortium behind £450m Ayrshire leisure and tourism complex at Loudoun Castle 21/11/2017
- New arrangements for National Amenity Society statutory consultations in England: IHBC’s ToolBox Guidance Note now out 17/11/2017
- IHBC Scotland Branch AGM follows SCT’s IHBC-supported Conference on ‘Conservation Areas’: 27 November, Glasgow 17/11/2017
- IHBC members: Can you help? ‘Bats in Churches’ survey closes 30 Nov 17/11/2017
- IHBC HESPR’s weekly top weekly pick from c.£3.8M+ costed work: HE seeks research on ‘the Roman London Riverside Wall’, up to £9000, closing 30/11 17/11/2017
- IHBC Rural Panel offers CPD boost on ‘Vulnerability Brown’: The Gardens Trust on Capability Brown landscapes at risk 17/11/2017
- IHBC welcomes VAG bursaries for winter conference, closing 4 December: Theme ‘Vernacular survival’, 6-7 Jan, Leicester 17/11/2017
- Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Special Notice: Hon Secretary Neil Baxter stands down 17/11/2017
- A piece of Leeds heritage – Temple Mill in Holbeck – for (from) £1? 17/11/2017
- Irresponsible development razes GII Tudno Castle Hotel, Llandudno 17/11/2017
- Derry/Londonderry historic core voted RTPI NI’s ‘Best Place’ 17/11/2017
- Pressure mounts on Plymouth council to sort crumbling Palace Theatre 17/11/2017
- Nuclear shelter vent turned into R2D2 from Star Wars 17/11/2017
- IHBC welcomes DD Architects to our HESPR register: ‘Companies large and small gain from special HESPR’s service support and benefits’ 15/11/2017
- IHBC CPD boost on ‘IPR’ from Design council: What is Intellectual Property? – An expert’s introduction 15/11/2017
- Liverpool takes back £7m parks deal from private firm 15/11/2017
In response to a freedom of Information request, the Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) has released a list of the 58 sectors for which it has written impact assessments relating to Brexit, and while there are impact assessments looking at the impact of Brexit on Museums, galleries and libraries, and on Tourism, there is no impact assessment listed for the sector as a whole or for those parts of the sector not included in other assessments.
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Researchers digitized thousands of pieces from 19th-century archaeologist Rodolfo Lanciani’s collection to help scholars across the world study Rome’s transformation.
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Telegraph on England’s ‘at-risk churches’: Number grows as Historic England warns dwindling congregations are struggling
The Telegraph has alerted readers that churches are in danger of falling into disrepair as diminishing congregations mean they are increasingly being added to the ‘at-risk’ register.
website image – St Anne’s Limehouse, recently added to the ‘at-risk’ register
IHBC 2018 School, Belfast, 21-23 June – First marker: ‘Heritage Collective’ (HESPR member) welcomed as Principal School Sponsor
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) is delighted to announce Heritage Collective as the Principal Sponsor for the IHBC’s 2018 Annual School, in Belfast, 21-23rd June 2018, which will take as its title ‘Our Shared Heritage’, reflecting the theme for the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage.
IHBC, heritage and client bodies partner to warn government of flawed policy in retrofitting older homes
The IHBC is one of several leading heritage organisations and client bodies – including the Church of England and the National Trust – that have written to the Government to highlight the way ‘flawed’ energy efficiency policy is leading to mistreatments in traditional buildings. Continue reading
IHBC CPD boost… with 2017 School memories: Canal and River Trust Heritage Report – from Anderton Boat lift to CRMI
IHBC is delighted to highlight the CPD value of the new Canal and River Trust Heritage Report for 2016-17, led by IHBC member Nigel Crowe – a 2017 School contributor – which covers a wide range of core skills and issues for conservation professionals, from conservation, repair, maintenance and improvement (CRMI) casework across the waterways, to engagement, social media, skills and training.
IHBC HESPR’s weekly top weekly pick from c.£280,000+ costed work: NHMF seeks consultants for ‘heritage and place inclusive engagement’ in Wales, £135,000, closing 22/11
The IHBC’s heritage business list, HESPR – the Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition scheme – offers its members weekly ‘News and Tender Alert’ emails, with costed opportunities worth more than £280,000 this week, while the IHBC Director’s current top pick for NewsBlog readers features a call led by the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) for ‘Consultants’ to support inclusive engagement in HLF funded work across Wales, closing 22 November and valued at £135,000.
IHBC CPD boost: Deal Society deliver workshop explaining their process for community led conservation area appraisals
As part of the recent Civic Voice convention, over 20 workshops were held to give communities the chance to consider how they could play a greater role in local heritage management including carrying out conservation area appraisals, with a particular feature of the weekend was considering how civic societies can support local authorities through conservation area appraisals.
The Communities and Local Government Parliamentary Committee has heard from Local Government (LG) Minister Marcus Jones in the final session of the inquiry on local government overview and scrutiny.
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