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- See more #IHBCNottingham2019 on video, on disaster recovery and the ‘Phoenix Case Study’: More 2019 Day School content from IHBC’s YouTube channel 17/09/2019
- IHBC prompt: Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Awards – call for 2019 nominations open until 4 October 17/09/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the (cultural) doorstep’: Great Yarmouth’s Venetian Waterways to recapture former glories with Heritage Fund grant 17/09/2019
- IHBC ‘CPD boost’, out of Context: The pleasures and perils of architectural research – from our Highlands and Islands issue 17/09/2019
- Reflecting on #IHBCNottingham2019: Fire engulfs Grade II-listed Horncliffe Mansion 17/09/2019
- Lawyers put 100 local authorities on notice over climate inaction 17/09/2019
- North Somerset Council serves Birnbeck Pier repairs notice 17/09/2019
- Manchester College launches new industry-sponsored Architectural and Construction Engineering Scholarship for 16-18 year olds 17/09/2019
- New petition to save Whitechapel Bell Foundry 17/09/2019
- IHBC’s free, first-timer ‘taster’ membership for students on IHBC Recognised Conservation Courses* 13/09/2019
- Reminder: IHBC’s top class priority CPD in the north west: Making accessibility accessible to the conservation professional… BOOK NOW for the NW Branch conference 2019: ‘Improving Accessibility’, Liverpool 10 Oct, for an accessible take on accessibility… with tours too! 13/09/2019
- See more #IHBCNottingham2019 on video, now including conservation threats and legislation: More 2019 Day School content from IHBC’s YouTube channel 13/09/2019
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £1.4M+ opportunities this week: Services for Birmingham Hippodrome sought, closing 04/10 13/09/2019
- IHBC CPD boost: DBW on ‘Design and build: feasibility studies’ 13/09/2019
- Looking ahead to #IHBCBrighton2020: THA’s September Heritage Chat on ‘Regeneration of Historic High Streets’ 13/09/2019
- European Heritage Awards 2020 – Last chance to vote: Closing 15 Sept 13/09/2019
- Reminder: Applications for Churchill Fellowships close 17 September 13/09/2019
- New Heritage Minister – Helen Whately MP 13/09/2019
- HES launches Caerlaverock Castle app: ‘Castle Quest 13/09/2019
- IHBC’s Twitter followers pass 10.5k… and why this is good news for everyone! 10/09/2019
- Don’t forget IHBC London’s 2019 conference: ‘From Bauhaus to Brutalism and Beyond’ – Conserving Post-war Buildings & Places, 2 October 10/09/2019
- IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Experts refuse to list Wolverton’s controversial Agora as an historic building 10/09/2019
- IHBC CPD boost, on ‘planned preventative maintenance’ (PPM) and technology, from construction’s mainstream and via DBW 10/09/2019
- IHBC’s ‘CPD boost’, out of Context: Annotating and revealing the historic landscape – and reproducing it – from the Highlands and Islands 10/09/2019
- England’s councils accused of ‘restricting’ retail to residential conversions 10/09/2019
Daily Archives: 03/09/2019
Autumn brings a torrent of new branch events across the UK including preparation for next year’s school in Brighton. This month’s features include: West Midlands Branch – The Sleeping Beauty Awakes: Visit Pitchford Hall 17 Sep South Branch – Forget … Continue reading
After #IHBCNottingham2019 closed, the debate extends… with the New York Times ‘orderly retreat’ and ‘What should communities do as… sea-levels rise?’
The New York Times has featured wider ‘discussion of orderly, strategic retreat from areas at risk’, specifically in the face of climate change.
IHBC CPD boost, out of Manchester and the Victorian Society: Biographical Dictionary of Greater Manchester Architects database launched as work in progress – with comments etc. welcome!
The Victorian Society has launched a Biographical Dictionary of the Architects of Greater Manchester 1800 – 1940 database, as ‘a work in progress’, with ‘comments and corrections welcome’.
IHBC’s IMHO… from BRE: What are the construction needs for Northern Ireland now and in a Post-Brexit world?
The fifth in BRE’s ‘Frameworks to build a better Britain’ series of articles and podcasts, roundtables and interviews with planners, architects, policy-makers, and construction experts features Northern Ireland, where the majority of growth since has been thanks to EU funding.
Repair and maintenance of public housing hits 20-year low. The amount of money spent on repairing public housing fell to an all-time low in 2018, new research has revealed.
A campaign to restore a ‘neglected’ historic building the Grade II* listed Mechanics Institute in Swindon has been given a £500,000 boost.
Building standards in Scotland should be enforced by a national agency, according to environment group Greenpeace. image: Open Government Licence v3.0
Paul Sweeney made the comments that landlords who neglect historic buildings should be stripped of their ownership after another listed building in Glasgow went up in flames.