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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: 05/02/2019
FREE CPD from IHBC at the London Property Show
From heritage statements & enforcement
to ‘at risk’ & new policy
Don’t forget to sign up in advance, 9/10 Feb, Olympia
Take advantage of a free IHBC place at the London Listed Property Show (on 9-10 February in the Olympia). Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name, company, job role, postal address, email and phone number and IHBC Membership Number. (NB: otherwise … Continue reading
IHBC signs up to LGA, Shelter & partners letter objecting to Permitted Development Rights relaxation proposals
Following a recent consultation on the relaxation of permitted development rights (PDR), ostensibly to facilitate housing, the IHBC has joined signatories such as Civic Voice to sign up to an open letter to the Minister, led by Shelter and the … Continue reading
IHBC’s 2019 Nottingham School context: BRE’s QSAND post-disaster assessment and the UN’s Sustainable Development goals
BRE has reported that through QSAND -(Quantifying Sustainability in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters) a self-assessment tool to promote sustainable approaches to relief, recovery and reconstruction after a natural disaster – it is contributing to help achieve several UN Sustainable … Continue reading
Don’t forget: IHBC’s Gus Astley Student Awards 2019 open until 31 July – Win £500 and a free place on IHBC’s 2020 Brighton School… simply submit coursework online!
The IHBC’s annual Gus Astley Student Award for 2019 has been launched, and, as usual, closes on 31 July, so if you have relevant coursework from any UK taught course – under-graduate or post-graduate, from 2018 OR 2019 – be … Continue reading
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Oldham Grade II listed mill called a ‘death trap’… to be demolished
The Oldham Times has reported on how an Oldham Grade II Listed Hartford Mill where there have been 250 emergency incidents in just three years – including arson, serious injury and a suicide – is to be demolished as councillors … Continue reading
Heritage management and conservation rarely consider how different ways of assembling, curating, caring for, and designing the future relate to one another. How could this be done? Conservation Wiki writes about a research programme, some alternative perspectives and implications.
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (celebrity) doorstep’: ‘Del Boy’ Sir David Jason calls for Only Fools and Horses tower to be protected
Sir David Jason has said it would be a ‘shame’ if the tower block featured in Only Fools And Horses is demolished and called for the building to be protected.
Communities across England have been invited to bid for up to £50,000 to help business into local areas. image: Open Government Licence v3.0
The BBC has reported on how the A-listed, modernist St Peter’s Seminary in Cardross has been described as an ‘albatross around our neck’ by the Roman Catholic Church (RCC), as it said it could not even give it away.
The 1,000ft (305m)-high Tulip tower which has been proposed for London fails to comply with planning guidelines, the mayor has said.
The Art’s Council are investing £6 million in leadership development across museums, libraries and arts, with expressions of interest due by 12 noon on 7 February.
From far away, the Burj Al Babas could be confused for a diorama of miniature villas. The homes all look the same, their blue-grey steeples and Gothic fixtures calling to mind the castles in Disney films. When the project first … Continue reading