Daily Archives: 05/11/2019

IHBC seeks examples of curtilage farm buildings potentially affected by interpretation of the ‘Jews Farm’ (‘Egerton v Taunton Deane’) case: ASAP encouraged, and closing 29/11

The IHBC is looking for examples or cases involving buildings and/or structures within the curtilage of listed buildings that might be affected by the recent interpretation by Historic England of the Jews Farm case (the High Court judgment in ‘Egerton v Taunton … Continue reading

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IHBC’s Past President David Lovie receives AHI Award on behalf of local civic group for IHBC-supported ‘Some Alnwick Heritage Heroes’

Representing Alnwick Civic Society’s success as runner for their IHBC supported ‘Some Alnwick Heritage Heroes’ publication in the Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) Awards, IHBC Past President David Lovie recently received the award from Loyd Grossman.  image: Left to right – … Continue reading

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IHBC Context feature on HE’s Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings reaches 10K+ construction-development sector users via DBW‘s Newsletter: See our Conservation Wiki for lots more!

The feature article from IHBC’s membership journal Context on Historic England’s (HE’s) work at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings has been headlined in the Newsletter of Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW) – host platform for IHBC’s Conservation Wiki – to reach c.10K+ users … Continue reading

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Scotland’s new guide to help manage climate change risk to historic sites

A new guide to help Scotland’s historic sites adapt to the impacts of climate change has been published by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).

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Queensbury tunnel cycle: Government asked to save plans

The government has been asked to intervene to stop work on an abandoned tunnel that could halt plans for Europe’s longest underground cycleway.

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Irish State faces further legal challenge in Europe on proposed liquefied natural gas facility due to SEA and consultation duties

Shannon development designed to process gas extracted through fracking has been challenged by Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE) and the case has been referred by the High Court to the European Court of Justice.

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Planning Awards 2020 now open for entries

The Planning Awards 2020 are now open for entry which means it’s time to get the recognition you deserve for your outstanding projects..

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City & Guilds awarded contract to deliver Construction T Level qualifications

City and Guilds have been awarded the contract to deliver two T Level qualifications under the ‘Construction route: in Building Services Engineering and On-Site Construction’.

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IHBC’s IMHO signpost: US City Planner makes case for rethinking ‘tow hall’ public consultation

Warren Logan, a Bay Area transportation planner, has new ideas about how to truly engage diverse communities in city planning, and it starts with listening.

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