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- Still time to apply for the role of IHBC’s new ‘Professional Development (PD) Officer – closes 8 July! 22/06/2019
- Going to (IHBC’s Nottingham) School? Check it out at #IHBCNottingham2019 22/06/2019
- IHBC update: Interested in the politics and presumptions around heritage change? See the chat from the floor on the Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill 22/06/2019
- IHBC’s #IHBCNottingham2019, climate and ‘managed retreat’ in Wales, via CNN: ‘UK village considers the unfathomable: tearing itself down before nature does’. 22/06/2019
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £700M+ costed opportunities this week: Renfrewshire Council seeks team for works in two areas in Paisley’s town centre, closing 15/07, valued £420K 22/06/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (business) doorstep’: Historic building that exported lace around the world restored to its former glory 22/06/2019
- Conservation cases update from Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage: Loudon Castle to New Lanark and Aberdeen 22/06/2019
- Holy Spirits! The UK has more churches than pubs… 22/06/2019
- Scottish Government on new Planning Bill amendments, from BEFS 22/06/2019
- Ramboll report finds clients underestimate economic value of sustainability 22/06/2019
- ‘Backing the Bedrock’ – THA’s 2019 Fiscal Manifesto 22/06/2019
- IHBC’s Context on ‘Building Services’ now out: your next best CPD boost before the Nottingham School, and check out the new design styling too! 19/06/2019
- Look ahead to Brighton 2020 and ‘Old Town : New Futures’: Join the Heritage2020 – #HeritageChat 20 June – Heritage and the High Street 19/06/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Historic Belper tea rooms (almost) set to be demolished and replaced with new building 19/06/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: ‘Rochdale Reimagined’, as architecture students put forward new designs for town centre heritage sites 19/06/2019
- IHBC’s CPD ‘Bauhaus centenary’ boost, no. 2: ‘Bauhaus Bookshelf’ makes works accessible that continue to inspire designers worldwide 19/06/2019
- NI’s Department for Communities contributes to AHF’s Heritage Impact Fund 19/06/2019
- Protecting the Scottish countryside: apply for funding 19/06/2019
- New Heritage Partnership Agreement signed at King’s Cross Station 19/06/2019
- European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2019: Winners announced 19/06/2019
- Post Hackitt proposals from MHCLG: ‘Building a safer future’ – consultation on reform of the building safety regulatory system, closing 31 July 19/06/2019
- Clore Leadership: Bursaries for Emerging Heritage Leaders – Applications open 19/06/2019
- NCT: Enter your church building project for the 2019 UK Church Architecture Awards: Closing 1 July 19/06/2019
- Plastic road built on new housing development 19/06/2019
- IHBC congratulates Malcolm Airs on OBE appointment: Your institute’s past president, past chair, and much more 14/06/2019
Daily Archives: 04/06/2019
IHBC’s CPD support for 2019 Nottingham School: Top notch content supported by analytics, guidance, certification and much more!
With Continuing Professional Development (CPD) a mandatory duty for all accredited IHBC members (i.e. Full and Associate) and recommended for Affiliates (i.e non-accredited), the 2019 Annual School in Nottingham (4-6 July) on ‘Heritage, Risk & Resilience’, offers some of the … Continue reading
IHBC responds to HE consultation draft guidance on ‘Conserving Georgian and Victorian terraced housing’
The IHBC has submitted its response to the recent Historic England (HE) consultation on its draft guidance document: ‘Conserving Georgian and Victorian terraced housing: A guide to managing change’.
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Kidderminster Shuttle’s plaudits for Malvern Quaker Meeting House GII listing
The Kidderminster Shuttle is celebrating the news that the Quaker Meeting House in Malvern’s Orchard Road – close to the town centre and designed by J R Armstrong – has been listed Grade II (GII) by Historic England. image: heritage.quaker.org.uk
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from (Westminster’s) doorstep’: The reactionaries are wrong on Parliament’s R&R – it’s good news says The House!
To counter some of the opinion expressed in the mainstream media that challenge the proposed plans for decant and renewal of the Houses of Parliament, journalist Tony Grew has written in favour of Restoration and Renewal (R&R) in The House. … Continue reading
Peter Rees, former chief planning officer for the City of London, warns massive refurbishment costs could lead to empty buildings across the cityscape.
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has published interim Guidance on Designation of Conservation Areas and Conservation Area Consent.
The Government is ‘unwilling’ to give high streets a ‘fighting chance’ in the battle with online retailers, a select committee has concluded, as a report published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) in February concluded that … Continue reading
The RTPI has announced that current Vice-Chair Sue Bridge FRTPI has been elected as the new Chair of RTPI’s Board of Trustees. image: RTPI
The Open Data movement – data that can be freely used, shared and built-on by anyone, anywhere, for any purpose – is growing, and more and more government departments, charities and funders are signing up to it, including The National … Continue reading
Local authorities should support community-based neighbourhood regeneration approaches to help bring empty homes back into use, the campaign group Action on Empty Homes’s argues in its report, entitled ‘Community action on empty homes’. image: LocalGov
The European population is ageing rapidly, and this is particularly evident in the cities. According to Eurostat, the number of people aged 65 and over will almost double from 17% to 30% by 2060, and those aged 80 and over … Continue reading
Local government leaders have backed sharp criticism by MPs of the current apprenticeship system. image: LocalGov
Cadw’s much-loved historic attractions are expected to welcome thousands of visitors during September 2019 as part of Open Doors — the largest heritage festival in Wales.