Daily Archives: 15/01/2019

IHBC ‘Members with benefits’: Free IHBC CPD and entry at London’s LPOC Property Show, 9-10 Feb

The IHBC has continued its CPD partnering with the Listed Property Owners Club (LPOC) into 2019 with free places for members and an IHBC stand on offer at the London Listed Property Show, on 9-10 February in the Olympia, as … Continue reading

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IHBC celebrates 2016 Gus Astley Student Award ‘Trustee selection’ winner now in print: On lighthouses as ‘machines for living in’

The IHBC has welcomed the publication by 2016 IHBC Student Award ‘Trustee Selection’, Tom Nancollas, of his book based on the dissertation ‘A machine for living in: appraising the rock lighthouse interior, 1800-1905’, presented on the IHBC recognised course in … Continue reading

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Association for Project Safety (APS) calls for IHBC members input to CDM survey, as 2019 School focusses on heritage and risk

Not least in light of IHBC’s forthcoming Annual School on 4-6 July in Nottingham – on ‘Heritage, Risk and Resilience’ – Barri Millar of the Association for Project Safety (APS) has particularly asked IHBC members to contribute to a survey … Continue reading

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IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Walton pub to be demolished despite petition to save it

A well-known former pub in Walton will be demolished to make way for a new 40-bedroom hotel, as reported by YMLiverpool.

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Councils slash library budgets by £30m, survey reveals

The number of libraries across the country has continued to decline as cash-strapped councils reduce their spending on the service and rely more on volunteers, a new survey has revealed. image LocalGov website

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British Council publication on Soft Power

The British Council has launched a publication exploring ‘Soft Power’ entitled ‘Soft power superpowers Global trends in cultural engagement and influence’.

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National Trust on new Agriculture Bill

The National Trust has offered views on some of the key recommendations from the The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee’s recently released report on the Scrutiny of the Agriculture Bill. image: P Badcock

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Grenfell Tower:  Ongoing reviews and updates of Building Regulations and Standards

England’s Ministry for Housing Community and Local Government (MCHLG) continues to offer updates on documents linked to the review of ‘Building Regulations and Standards’ following Grenfell Tower findings, including most recently ‘Environmental monitoring following the Grenfell Tower fire’, air quality … Continue reading

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