Daily Archives: 01/10/2019

IHBC supports new Climate Heritage Network launch: Edinburgh 24-25/10

IHBC to Exhibit and Present at the upcoming Climate Heritage Network Launch Event in Edinburgh 24-25 October.

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Don’t forget: IHBC’s HESPR-linked service promotion is now even more accessible to clients when using our map-based search

IHBC members, colleagues and client bodies can now find the office locations of HESPR members – IHBC’s Historic Environment Service Provider Recognition (HESPR) scheme – using our new map-based facility.        image: Google Maps

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IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Cash boost to secure Workington Hall’s future

A six figure cash injection will secure the future of an iconic Workington building, Workington Hall, according to the News and Star.

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IHBC CPD boost: DBW on UK construction laws… briefly

Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW), IHBC’s partner platform in our Conservation Wiki, has offered its 10,000 registered users ‘A brief guide to UK construction laws’, that may be of special use to those IHBC members seeking an overview of mainstream construction … Continue reading

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More echoes from #IHBCNottingham2019: Medieval Norfolk church St Mary Wimbotsham gutted by fire

A 12th Century Norfolk church, St Mary the Virgin Wimbotsham has been gutted by a fire, highlighting the ongoing relevance if the IHBC’s Nottingham 2019 School on Heritage Risk and Resilience’.

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IHBC’s IMHO signpost to Ireland: Where slow architecture grows…

The critical culture of Irish architecture, so painstakingly developed over the last half century, is now under threat of starvation, writes Shane O’Toole as he looks ahead from Dublin, 1974…

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HE launches report on Value of Maintenance for places of worship

Historic England has published a new research report – Value of Maintenance for places of worship – that uses a sample of 30 listed church buildings across England, based on three successive Quinquennial Inspection Reports for each building. image for … Continue reading

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Are Britain’s heritage attractions child-friendly?

New research reports that families avoid art galleries, theatres and museums due to a range of barriers.

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Highlands Council cuts construction and demolition waste at Household Waste Recycling Centres

The Highland Council will be putting measures in place to restrict the amount of construction and demolition waste bought to its network of 21 Household Waste Recycling Centres, as the Council’s Bulky Uplift service will be expanded to include small … Continue reading

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Empty building fear for Cardiff’s student flats

Cardiff could be left with a skyline of empty buildings after an ‘oversaturation’ of luxury student flats, a leading architect has said.

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