166 – November 2020

165 – August 2020
Food and drink

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164 – May 2020
The war on Damp

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163 – March 2020

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ARTHUR PARKINSON – The development of Irish building conservation

CHARLES DUGGAN – The making of the 14 Henrietta Street Museum

ALISTAIR ROWAN – The origins of the Buildings of Ireland

FREDERICK O’DWYER – To restore or to repair?

JOHN GRABY and ROBIN MANDAL – The RIAI’s role in conservation

IRENIE McLOUGHLIN – The evolving architectural conservation officer

JACQUI DONNELLY – Ireland’s climate change sectoral adaptation plan


CLAIRE BRADY – A heritage partnership agreement for King’s Cross Station

HELEN THOMAS – Walled kitchen gardens of the Isle of Wight

HARRIET BELL – Participation, heritage and a local plan

162 – November 2019
Learning from New Towns

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Editorial – Learning from new towns

Post-war new towns in Germany – MICHAEL ASSELMEYER

Socialist realism in a post-war Czechoslovak new town – ANDREW McCLELLAND

The complex heritage of French new towns – FRÉDÉRIC THEULÉ, translated by CALLUM WALKER

Saving new town heritage – BOB COLENUTT and SABINE COADY SCHAEBITZ

The return of garden towns and garden villages – KATIE PARSONS

Harlow and its civic society – TONY EVANS

Capturing the significance of a designed city – SIMON PEART


Lewes Neighbourhood Plan: radical and ambitious – MICHAEL SCAMMELL

Controversy at the Commandery and other tales – TEGAN CORNAH, TIM CORNAH, EMILY HATHAWAY and SHEENA PAYNE LUNN

Historic steel-framed windows – SOPHIE GODFRAIND