Daily Archives: 24/04/2018

IHBC’s Chair and Vice Chair join Civic Societies APPG on Conservation Areas: London, 8 May -#myconservationareamatters

IHBC Chair James Caird will be at the top table, with Vice Chair Kathy Davies among the IHBC officers also attending the next All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Civic Societies meeting, on 8 May, looking at how communities can … Continue reading

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REMINDER: Promote your business, service or operations at the IHBC’s 2018 School – great value, from leaflet distribution and exhibition space to sponsorship!

Looking for work? Book your promotional opportunities at the IHBC’s 2018 School: Belfast 21-23 June – #Europeforculture

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IHBC’s CPD boost in Context: History of architecture in a nutshell – ‘From blackhouse to Baillie Scott’ in Manx architecture

Patricia Tutt writes on the distinctive nature of Manx architecture across its history in her Isle of Man Context article, ‘From blackhouse to Baillie Scott’.

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IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Local students get hands-on at iconic Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings 

Shrewsbury Colleges Group students have become the first to gain hands-on experience of traditional construction methods, as reported by Shropshire Live, part of a National Lottery-funded programme to plug England’s heritage skills gap, using 18th Century Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings as … Continue reading

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New Welsh HE consultations include listed places of worship and scheduled monuments, closing 13 July

The Welsh Government has launched it’s third public consultation linked to the implementation of the Historic Environment (HE) (Wales) Act 2016, seeking views on a draft legislative order, on guidance for the management of certain listed places of worship in … Continue reading

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Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018 now open: Showcasing engineering excellence in Scotland 

Applications are now being accepted for the Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018, the premier showcase for engineering excellence in Scotland, and close Friday 25 May.

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Industry-supported new CITB Training Model launched

A transformative new system to access training and grant from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has been launched.

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Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning (SAQP) 2018: closing 24 May

The Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning (SAQP) are one of the Government’s most prestigious awards, celebrating achievements in planning, right from the detail of processing through to the bigger picture of creating places, with nominations closing 24 May. image … Continue reading

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Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture

Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture, bringing together over 2,500 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers. Every year for four days in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, … Continue reading

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Hidden heritage of burial grounds to be revealed by conservation charity Caring for God’s Acre… with HLF funding 

Conservation charity Caring for God’s Acre, is set to put burial grounds on the heritage map, thanks to £586,700 National Lottery funding announced last January, as the Beautiful Burial Ground project will highlight the valuable buildings, landmarks and wildlife to … Continue reading

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