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- IHBC offers sympathies to Paris – and Europe and beyond – on Notre Dame fire, as scale of damage continues under review 16/04/2019
- IHBC responds to HE guidance on terraced housing 16/04/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (union) doorstep’: Dudley council to undertake Unite’s pioneering construction charter 16/04/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (engineering) doorstep’: HE’s new guidance on piling reported to engineers 16/04/2019
- Sheffield councillors decline to determine planning application before consultation concluded 16/04/2019
- Big Ben’s iconic clock face restored to original blue colour 16/04/2019
- Ornate Victorian pool found beneath fishpond in Wales 16/04/2019
- More school trips are needed to inspire a passion for heritage 16/04/2019
- £3.7 million to fund 5 new garden towns across the country 16/04/2019
- HE consults on advice note on ‘Statements of Heritage Significance’: Closing 10 May 16/04/2019
- Heritage Alliance receives Resilience Funding 16/04/2019
- IHBC’s ‘IMHO’ spotlight on ‘Heritage and Access in C21’: Dame Caroline Spelman on making Parliament fit for the 21st century 16/04/2019
- IHBC’s newest Context out: – Featuring Scotland’s ‘Highlands and Islands’, and far beyond… 12/04/2019
- IHBC’s 2019 Nottingham School Branch host offers free pre-School evening, 7 May: ‘Contemporary challenges and solutions for protecting heritage…’ 12/04/2019
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £1.4M+ costed work: NLHF etc. seek impact evaluation of Future Parks Accelerator (FPA) funding, closing 29/04, value £90-100k 12/04/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from Belfast’s doorstep’: Proposal to turn Clarence Chambers into new offices given the green light despite heritage and civic concerns 12/04/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Local concerns over ‘bridge of scrapes’ plan, from The Northern Echo 12/04/2019
- Partial destruction at listed Derbyshire house, dating back to the 1600s, leads to prosecution 12/04/2019
- Plas Mawr, Conwy – ‘Finest Elizabethan town house in Britain’ on the market 12/04/2019
- England’s £3.75M for nearly 200 pocket parks, to help ‘transform the nation’ 12/04/2019
- RTPI to Malthouse: More dead frontages would kill off high streets 12/04/2019
- House of Commons Garden tourism inquiry launched: closing 7 May 12/04/2019
- Norwich Anglia Square: Government calls in tower block plan 12/04/2019
- House of Lords Committee publishes report on ‘Future of seaside towns’ 12/04/2019
- HE seeks 3 commissioners: architecture, archaeology and heritage-based tourism 12/04/2019
Daily Archives: 01/02/2019
IHBC’s 2019 Nottingham School fires up with new speakers: Liz Davidson (Glasgow School of Art) and Steve Emery (‘what you really need to know’)
The IHBC has announced two speakers on fire-related issues for the 2019 Day School–July 4-6, on ‘Heritage, Risk and Resilience’ – with Liz Davidson covering ‘the most iconic recent case study, the Glasgow School of Art’ and Steve Emery exploring … Continue reading
IHBC welcomes High Court Liverpool ruling on status of conservation services’ advice: ‘Don’t pass on the law, or on your own conservation team’!
The overturning of Liverpool City Council’s consent for a 51-home redevelopment of a Grade II listed building centred on how conservation service advice must remain central in the conclusions of a planning authority, as ‘one of the key aspects of the … Continue reading
IHBC’s ‘Members with benefits’: FREE IHBC CPD with IHBC’s President & Research Consultant at London’s LPOC Property Show, 9-10 Feb
IHBC update on ‘Members with benefits’: Enjoy free IHBC CPD and entry at London’s LPOC Property Show, 9-10 Feb
IHBC’s President’s update to Branches: Remember your Marsh Awards nominations – ‘Successful Learning’ and ‘Retired IHBC’ Closing SOON (28 Feb)
IHBC President David McDonald is encouraging members to consider nominations for the newly launched Marsh Awards for Successful Learning in Heritage Skills and for Community Contribution (Retired Member of the IHBC). See the NewsBlog.
IHBC’s HESPR top pick from £270K costed work this week: Durham CC seeks Design Team for GII Durham History Centre -closing 22/2, value £140k
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 for this week features a call from Durham County … Continue reading
In November 2018, Safdie Architects, completed a comprehensive renovation of the 10th floor publicly-accessible unit of Habitat 67, to commemorate the building’s 50th anniversary, and Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW), host platform for the IHBC’s Conservation Wiki, has highlighted the development.
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Hartlepool councillors plan £60,000 spend on ‘urgent repairs’ for derelict hotel
The Hartlepool Mail has explored how council bosses there are looking to spend £60,000 on ‘urgent repairs’ for a derelict former hotel in Church Street as part of the area’s regeneration.
The ‘new-look’ National Lottery Heritage Fund (formerly the HLF) has unveiled plans for the next five years: 2019-24.
BEFS calls for member input on Tenement Maintenance recommendations to secure ‘cultural change’ in communal ownership and care: Closing 27 Feb
Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) has called on stakeholders and colleagues to input to recent Tenement Maintenance recommendations considered central to improving how owners maintain communal property, to be sent to email@example.com before the closing date of 27 February.
Following a stand-off with UNESCO over the threat to its World Heritage Status, the city council is looking to ensure future schemes do not negatively impact on the waterfront with a consortium led by by Urban Initiatives Studio (UIS). image: … Continue reading
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has named Grimsby, Thames Estuary, Plymouth, Wakefield and Worcester as areas to receive millions of pounds of funding to invest in culture.
An Aberdeenshire stone circle initially thought to be thousands of years old has been identified as a modern replica, as reported by the BBC!