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- IHBC’s 2021 Yearbook : 5000+ key players learn more about the IHBC, introduced by HE’s Duncan Wilson OBE 07/12/2021
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ from IHBC’s 2022 School: Aberdeen Art Gallery named Scotland’s building of the year’ 07/12/2021
- IHBC features ‘Heritage form the Charity doorstep’! EH- pandemic ‘knocked us off course’ but now we are ‘stronger and wiser’ 07/12/2021
- Lord Bichard leads RICS ‘Independent Review’ into governance & purpose 07/12/2021
- Article 4 Direction confirmed to protect Hemel Town Centre 07/12/2021
- Blackpool promenade shut after building partial collapse 07/12/2021
- £240K boost for communities as Scottish heritage projects awarded funding 07/12/2021
- CIC commends 40 signatories of its climate action plan 07/12/2021
- Carbon survey reports that some businesses are reluctant to address emissions 07/12/2021
- Historic England Annual Report and Accounts 2020-2021 07/12/2021
- More than £1bn needed to make the UK’s theatre buildings sustainable 07/12/2021
- IHBC’s new CPD Circular now out: Accessible cross-sector support, from NI events for all (9/12) to podcasts & more 03/12/2021
- IHBC welcomes Eilish McGuinness as new Heritage Fund CEO 03/12/2021
- IHBC welcomes Aberdeen Art Gallery success with Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award 03/12/2021
- IHBC welcomes ‘groundbreaking’ heritage & research virtual conference from ICSM CHC, 6-10 December 03/12/2021
- IHBC says: ‘Please check your contact details, for the Yearbook and more, by 17/12’ 03/12/2021
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £137K+ works this week: Heritage property lead seeks masterplans, closing 20/12, valued £40-100K 03/12/2021
- IHBC features ‘Heritage form the restorer’s doorstep’! ‘Faithful reinstatement’ preferred option for GSA Mackintosh Building 03/12/2021
- New Chief Planning Inspector of new Welsh Government body appointed 03/12/2021
- MPs require all new buildings to have renewables from next year 03/12/2021
- Campaigners call for new law to empower communities 03/12/2021
- BRE helps build new embodied carbon database 03/12/2021
- IHBC@COP26 Helpdesk+ signpost: COP26 looks back at what was achieved 30/11/2021
- IHBC consultation responds to ‘Supporting defence infrastructure and the future of time-limited permitted development rights’ 30/11/2021
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ double-up: HESPR’s ‘free 15 minutes advice’ project’ and #IHBC Aberdeen 2022 MarketPlace 30/11/2021
Daily Archives: 15/05/2020
Shape your future and ours! Share, promote, like and celebrate IHBC’s 2020 Virtual School – ‘OLD TOWNS | NEW FUTURES’… from a Global Pandemic – across your widest networks
Remember that the best way to support your career and aspirations after the pandemic is to shape them now, so let all your networks know about our @IHBCTweet #IHBCVirtualSchool2020 ‘OLD TOWNS | NEW FUTURES’… from a Global Pandemic, on 19 June, … Continue reading
IHBC launches ‘Position Statement’ on Sustainability and Conservation of the Historic Built Environment’ on our practitioner ToolBox
The IHBC has launched its ‘Position Statement’ on Sustainability and Conservation of the Historic Built Environment, to help shape sector-wide policy directions, on our cross-sector practitioner support service, the ‘ToolBox’.
Northern Ireland’s (NI) ‘Live Here Love Here’ Small Grants Scheme takes a fresh approach to improving our local environment and building a sense of pride in our local communities will close on the 18th May.
A raft of new measures to help employers retain skilled young workers and allow training to take place through the Covid-19 crisis has been given the green light. image for illustration purposes only – IHBC
Leading engineering services sector bodies ECA and BESA have jointly developed two new guides to help contractors to manage coronavirus-related issues on site.
Scottish housebuilder Springfield has secured funding to last out crisis for 12 month shutdown. image for illustration purposes only UK Government Open Licence v3.0
IHBC’s COVID-19 signpost 59: England’s £250M update on £2Bn UK package to create new era for cycling and walking
Alternative ways to travel, such as walking and cycling, could relieve the pressure on public transport, as the Department for Transport (DfT) announces a £250 million emergency active travel fund for England, part of the ‘largest ever boost for cyclists … Continue reading
IHBC’s COVID-19 signpost 60: NTS confirms emergency measures, including 459 redundancy risks and property sales
The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) has instituted ‘emergency measures’ – including redundancy risks to 459 permanent staff – as expected income losses for the year are of a level similar to the Trust’s current financial reserves.
In a time where the global impact of the coronavirus has affected our ability live, work and do business, UK Construction Week asked the design community to share experiences of the new reality we are currently living.
IHBC’s HESPR pick this week from £30M+ costed works: Research into regional construction firms working with traditional buildings, closing 31/05, value £12-18K
The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance scheme for heritage services working to the IHBC’s standards – emails its members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, and the IHBC Director’s top pick this … Continue reading
IHBC’s ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Public ownership of Swindon’s GII* Mechanics’ Institute closer with CPO vote
Public ownership of Swindon’s crumbling Mechanics’ Institute, the Grade II* (GII*) listed Victorian building in Emlyn Square, Swindon has moved a step closer with a vote on a compulsory purchase order (CPO), The Swindon Advertiser reports.
A new survey by Place Alliance, Civic Voice and others has been issued, exploring ‘how well or poorly the design of our home environments… have been supporting us during the period of lockdown’.
The RICS Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) has implemented an adjudication service in the hope of making adjudication more affordable for smaller construction firms.