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- IHBC 2019 Student Awards judge announced: Ben Cowell, Historic Houses DG, to select the Gus Astley Student Awards for 2020 Brighton School presentations… #IHBCBrighton2020 18/10/2019
- Malcolm Payne Group welcomed as new practice on IHBC’s HESPR register of ‘service providers working to the IHBC’s standards’ 18/10/2019
- REMINDER PLACES STILL AVAILABLE at the Scottish Listed Property Show – FREE places for members! 18/10/2019
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £142K+ costed opportunities this week: Scottish THI seeks ‘creative(s)’ in community engagement, closing 28/10 18/10/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the Doorstep’: Banksy graffiti taken off GII listed Yorkshire bridge facing dismantling 18/10/2019
- More looking ahead to #IHBCBrighton2020: AHF’s first grants to social enterprises & charities to transform town centres and high streets 18/10/2019
- Government Response published: Garden Design and Tourism Report 18/10/2019
- Charles Jencks architectural historian and critic and founder of Maggie’s cancer charity dies 18/10/2019
- Enhancing place-based partnerships in public engagement 18/10/2019
- Scotland’s Green Investment Portfolio: call for projects 18/10/2019
- Secure £500 donation to a charity of your choice by answering THA’s ‘Wellbeing’ survey 18/10/2019
- AHRC Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Urgency Grants pilot update, closing 31/10/2020 18/10/2019
- The RTPI celebrates 60 years of its Royal Charter 18/10/2019
- IHBC responds to Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) consultation, highlights needs for interdisciplinary conservation practitioners 15/10/2019
- See more #IHBCNottingham2019 on video, on ‘Heritage at Risk’ Campaigning: New 2019 Day School content from IHBC’s YouTube channel 15/10/2019
- REMINDER: Join us as IHBC supports new Climate Heritage Network launch in Edinburgh on 24-25/10 15/10/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: The Liverpool GII ‘jewel’ that lies empty, derelict and vandalised 15/10/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (antique) doorstep’: Call for antiques trade to help find stolen south London cattle troughs 15/10/2019
- Historic Environment Scotland issues Annual Report 2018-19 15/10/2019
- BRE appoints Piers White MBE as new Chair 15/10/2019
- Three Commissioners appointed to the Historic England board 15/10/2019
- Heritage protection for battleship wreck and Lundy Island cliff-face steps as HMS Montagu and the Montagu Steps scheduled and more 15/10/2019
- Repair and maintenance of housing falls by £451m in Scotland as housing stock increases 15/10/2019
- Omitting carbon emissions from Part L could have huge implications for HVAC industry, says GDHV 15/10/2019
- AHF invests in Scotland’s small town landmark buildings 15/10/2019
Daily Archives: 14/12/2018
Your FIRST FREE IHBC Xmas gift to colleagues: Tell them about IHBC’s Conservation Wiki – Our digital digest for the development and construction sector
You can help make life easier for your colleagues – and yourself – this Christmas by encouraging them to check out the IHBC’s Conservation Wiki Homepage, our free digital ‘Conservation Digest’ aimed at mainstream construction and development sector practitioners.
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’ looks ahead to our Brighton School in 2020, as the Brighton and Hove Independent reports on local heritage plans to help address the Old Town CA’s ‘at risk’ status
As plans to host IHBC’s 2020 School in Brighton are being developed by our local Branch volunteers, the Brighton and Hove Independent reports in detail on a management plan ‘to revive the Hippodrome and encourage better use of the Middle … Continue reading
IHBC’s Chair James Caird attended the 2018 Heritage Day, led by England’s heritage link body, The Heritage Alliance (THA), and has offered NewsBlog readers an update on his day.
IHBC’s HESPR top pick from £314K+ costed work this week: Historic England seeks desk-based study addressing LPOW care questions, closing 10/01; £20k value
The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – the Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition scheme – emails members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, and the IHBC Director’s top pick for NewsBlog readers this week features a call from Historic England, which … Continue reading
AHF: New partnership Heritage Impact Fund (HIF) to be launched in early 2019, ‘to increase the levels of social investment’
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) has announced that, as part of its ongoing work to increase the levels of social investment supporting the heritage sector, a new partnership fund will be launched in 2019: ‘The Heritage Impact Fund’ (HIF).
Cadw has launched new publications covering aspects of the sustainable management of Wales’ historic environment.
The Joint Committee on the draft ‘Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill’ has published a call for evidence, inviting views on whether the governance structures for the Restoration and Renewal (R&R) Programme set out in the draft Bill are appropriate, … Continue reading
Past CEO of the Ancient Monuments Society (AMS), Matthew Saunders has launched a call for evidence as he has been tasked by Historic England to lead on a project entitled: ‘Developing a strategy for the future of the National Heritage … Continue reading
New Heritage Alliance travel grant scheme: Apply for up to £1500 of £15,500 available, by 15 February 2019
The Heritage Alliance, with support from the British Council, is delighted to offer travel grants to support UK heritage professionals to develop mutually beneficial international projects and partnerships for their organisations, with applications for up to £1500 of the £15,500 … Continue reading
Scottish Crown Estate: Landmark legislation passed allows LAs and communities to ‘take direct control’
The Scottish Government states that its local authorities (LAs) and communities will have a stronger voice in the management of Scottish Crown Estate assets under reforms that open up the possibility for them to ‘take direct control of the management … Continue reading
Ecclesiastical invites public participation in nominating charities for awards as it announced that each weekday until 21 December, 10 charities will win £1,000: that’s £120,000 to 120 charities in 12 days!
A seasonal treat as ArchDaily calls for submissions to its 2018 ‘Holiday Card Challenge’: Closing 17 December
ArchDaily seeking holiday cards with an architectural spin to feature in its publication.