The Technical Panel of the IHBC is under full steam once again with John Edwards – IHBC Wales representative, trustee, and lead author on BS 7913 – as Panel Secretary, and is seeking suggestions on issues and priorities for its forward plans, to be sent to the IHBC’s Professional Services Officer Michael Netter at firstname.lastname@example.org for collation.
John Edwards said:‘ Our busy first meeting had specislists from across the private, public, professional and voluntary sectors in attendance, at a venue kindly hosted by colleagues in Historic England.’
‘We are now exploring our priorities and developing our plans for 2020 and after, and seek wider input.’
‘One clear challenge for the longer term will be our role in the 2022 Wales School – which will focus on technical issues – currently scheduled for 16-18 June 2022 in Swansea. Do please get that date in your diary, as it will be a highlight both for the IHBC and for key sectors.’
IHBC Director Sean O’Reilly said: ‘We’re delighted that John has come forward to take on the leadership role in this hugely important practice area for IHBC members and their colleagues.’
‘Having had its first meeting under John in December, the Panel is now ready serve as the interface between the IHBC and the broader community of interests in technical matters.’
Michael Netter, IHBC’s Professional Services Officer and the IHBC’s National Office support for the Committee said: ‘I’m looking forward to hearing what issues members would like to raise with the Panel.’
‘I will draw together any feedback so the Panel can deliberate on priorities to decide on how best to progress in light of the support IHBC and our partners across the wider sector can offer’.
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