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- IHBC 2019 Day School update: ‘On structures and structural failure’ at IHBC’s Nottingham School, with Ed Morton (ex Canterbury, York and Westminster to St Paul’s) and John Ruddy (case study) 19/02/2019
- New IHBC MATE session: ‘Free, Friendly, Flexible and Informed’ conservation accreditation support – NW Branch, Manchester 28/02 19/02/2019
- IHBC hosts stand at Cambridge’s central conservation area 50th Anniversary celebration: Free CPD and more! 19/02/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’ as Hastings schools gain awards from Historic England 19/02/2019
- IHBC’s ‘IMHO’ signpost: Ageing gracefully – restorations which retain historical decay 19/02/2019
- Brokenshire to intervene over ‘lamentable’ failures to publish local plans 19/02/2019
- Croydon Council plans to issue Article 4 Direction on HMO’s 19/02/2019
- Uncertainty and declining confidence amongst small practices: RIBA publishes latest future trends survey results 19/02/2019
- £38 million T Level Capital Fund launched for England 19/02/2019
- Historic Towns and Villages Forum (HTVF) invites applicants to Board: details by 4 March. 19/02/2019
- Former PRP boss Andy von Bradsky named the government’s head of architecture 19/02/2019
- Pattern Church to become a ‘resourcing church’ for Swindon 19/02/2019
- MHCLG: Construction Products Regulation… if there is no Brexit deal 19/02/2019
- British cities bear the brunt of austerity, think tank reveals 19/02/2019
- Serious about your Heritage career… or the competition? Stay ‘in the know’ with IHBC’s latest ‘Jobs etc.’ updates, for all your conservation needs 15/02/2019
- IHBC Branches: Support your local ‘Successful learners in heritage skills’ with a nomination to our Marsh Awards and a chance of £500 cash and a place at Nottingham’s 2019 School 15/02/2019
- IHBC’s President’s ‘Confessions’ grace latest Historic England Online Debate… No 8: Interim protection for historic buildings before they can be listed 15/02/2019
- IHBC at London’s Listed Property Show: Recap and a huge thanks to our volunteers and leads! 15/02/2019
- IHBC’s HESPR top pick from £250K+ costed work this week: Chartered landscape architect sought for Sydney Gardens, Bath, closing 01/03, value £47k 15/02/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Controversial Halifax building earmarked for demolition granted listed status 15/02/2019
- RTPI renews call for more resources for planning in light of NAO report 15/02/2019
- Glasgow City council may move offices from city centre to ‘key regeneration areas’ 15/02/2019
- Karl Marx’s London grave vandalised in suspected hammer attack: A ‘particularly inarticulate form of political comment’ 15/02/2019
- Brexit and engineering – a take from ICE via DBW 15/02/2019
- Only a week left to enter LocalGov’s 2019 Street Design Awards, closing 28 February 2019 15/02/2019
Daily Archives: 21/08/2018
IHBC welcomes Exeter-based Forde George to ‘HESPR’: IHBC’s register of quality-assured conservation and heritage practices
Forde George has become the latest company to be included in the IHBC’s conservation service HESPR listing (hespr.ihbc.org.uk), joining heritage businesses from across the UK that benefit from the IHBC’s quality assurance, networks and support services for commercially conscious quality conservation … Continue reading
The BRE has written a short summary of the historical importance of Operation Chastise (Dambusters’ Raid) for building and engineering, with reference to its own archives.
The Guardian has reported on how the space under cities is getting busier – from transport excavations to billionaire’s mega-basements – and asks ‘how to keep track of what’s down there?’
The Green Belt remains under severe pressure, despite government commitments to its protection, according to a report from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), which indicates 460,000 houses are planned for land to be released from the Green Belt, … Continue reading
England’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) is keen to learn about how organisations have used contactless technology to take donations, and seek responses to a short survey (4 questions) closing on 31 August.
Research into planning for different religions, urbanisation in Rwanda and Ethiopia, and Scottish marine planning are among the projects shortlisted in this year’s RTPI Awards for Research Excellence shortlist.
If they are to survive London’s famous markets – Billingsgate (fish), Smithfield (meat and poultry) and New Spitalfields (fruit, vegetables and flowers) – need to find a new 100 acre site where they can be consolidated into one area, according … Continue reading
Representations are being sought regarding consultation methods in Scotland, under the report ‘Democracy Matters’, using a short online survey.
Historic England (HE) is sponsoring a new ‘English History’ category in the Historic Photographer of the Year Awards, to celebrate a unique and incredible historic environment.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) (National Heritage Memorial Fund Lottery Distribution) Annual Report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2018 have been published.
Steven Tolson and Dr Margaret Brown of the University of the West of Scotland reflect on place making and urban living for older people in a post for Architecture and Design Scotland, linked to ‘A Caring Place’, a half-day event … Continue reading