See IHBC stand and chair at the Civic Voice conference, Birmingham, 19-20 Oct, while asking: ‘How can we balance conservation and regeneration?’

websiteAlongside co-sponsoring, the IHBC will host a stand and provide a lead speaker – IHBC Chair James Caird – as the IHBC once again joins Civic Voice’s national conference – this time to help answer ‘How we can balance conservation and regeneration’, in Birmingham on 19-20 October.

Civic Voice writes:

…  the 2018 Civic Voice Conference opens in Birmingham on 19 October – have you booked your ticket yet? Register here.

Birmingham Civic Society are celebrating ‘The City Beautiful’ – their centenary year and what better way to celebrate with them and the successes of the civic movement over the last 100 years than to bring together civic societies from across the country to our second city for this year’s conference.

On the first day we have a number of national keynote speakers delivering their thoughts and concerns on how we balance conservation and regeneration in our urban environments [including the Chair of the IHBC, James Caird]. It’ll be your chance to hear, discuss and share with them lessons that you have from your area and give you a chance to influence the national debate on ‘How do we balance conservation and regeneration?’

On the second day, we will have hold our AGM followed by Sarah Mcleod, Chief Executive of Wentworth House, discussing how communities through the building preservation trust model have a central role to play in managing the nation’s historic buildings.There will then be a number of workshops, tours and walks for you to attend – please see below for more details.

The Civic Voice Conference will he held 19-20 October 2018 at The REP theatre, Birmingham  To book your ticket to the two day conference, please follow this link.

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IHBC joins Civic Voice conference, Birmingham, 19-20 Oct, with cash, stand, and chair, asking: ‘How can we balance conservation and regeneration?’

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