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- IHBC’s 2020 AGM update 1: 3 December, online, with ‘CP25’ and new governance ‘Articles’, but Council+ postponed to 2021 25/09/2020
- Don’t forget: IHBC’s HESPR-linked service promotion is now even more accessible to clients when using our map-based search 25/09/2020
- IHBC’s HESPR pick this week from £2.1M+ costed works: Council seeks PM services, closing 1/10 and valued at £104K 25/09/2020
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Heritage Trail proposals to highlight landmarks in St Albans 25/09/2020
- New appointments for design and heritage in England’s planning: Nicholas Boys Smith and Charles O’Brien 25/09/2020
- Government’s £40M Green Recovery Challenge Fund: Up to £40M & 100% project costs! 25/09/2020
- TCPA Report: ‘No place for place-making’, and how planning is bypassed via PDR 25/09/2020
- Ireland’s Architectural heritage protection laws could be reviewed, looking to the UK’s staged approach 25/09/2020
- Rebuilding Heritage support programme: ‘From Survival to Sustainability’ 25/09/2020
- Scotland’s PAS seeks EOIs for funding from the ‘smarter choices smarter places’ fund: Closing 28/09 25/09/2020
- Robert Jenrick’s speech on planning for the future: 21/09 25/09/2020
- Green Homes Grant skills training competition, closing 14/10 25/09/2020
- BBC Visual and Data Journalism team visualise what coronavirus will do to our offices and homes 25/09/2020
- IHBC submits evidence to Commons Select Committee Inquiry on ‘Supporting our High Streets after Covid-19’ 22/09/2020
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick of the week: Construction Declares and the energy minister meeting, from Building 22/09/2020
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Union Chain Bridge gets £250K injection for refurbishment 22/09/2020
- The future of architect regulation: ARB’s call for evidence, closing 23 October 22/09/2020
- CIAT Chartered Practice launched 22/09/2020
- Heritage science case study: The benefits of burying stone, from HE via Stone Specialist 22/09/2020
- Oxford City Council announces new partner for Design Review Panel: Design South East 22/09/2020
- CIC launches Design Quality Indicator for Health 2 22/09/2020
- HES: Is history and heritage good for your health? 22/09/2020
- IHBC’s new Context out now! Nourish your CPD with food, drink and conservation – all in new compostable envelopes too! 18/09/2020
- Construction Manager features launch of UK APPG: ‘Conservation, People and Places’, with IHBC as secretariat 18/09/2020
- IHBC’s HESPR pick this week from £487K+ costed posts: Council seeks archaeological scheme, closing 13/10, valued £230K 18/09/2020
Daily Archives: 04/08/2020
The IHBC is sad to announce the death of our Past President David Lovie, a distinguished conservation professional and IHBC volunteer who, in 1997, led on drafting the founding constitution of the Institute as a professional body, charity, and lead … Continue reading
IHBC’s new ToolBox Guidance note on ‘Dill’ Supreme Court judgement: ‘When is a listed building not a listed building…’
The IHBC’s latest Toolbox Guidance Note, drafted in consultation with the Institute’s Legal Panel, reviews the recent Supreme Court conclusions in Dill v Secretary of State… , answering ‘When is a listed building not a listed building?’ with:‘…when it has … Continue reading
IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick of the week: Global Construction Review on Getty ‘Preserving the Modern’
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 members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, including notices gleaned from across the development sector’s … Continue reading
IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: 10 eyesore Glasgow buildings that deserve the bulldozer treatment
10 eyesore Glasgow buildings deserve the bulldozer treatment according to Glasgow Live’s followers.
In early July Cadw successfully reopened 43 of its unstaffed, free-entry monuments and on 18 July, the historic environment service has revealed a phased reopening plan for selected staffed sites in its care, including some of Wales’s most iconic historical … Continue reading
A new funding stream for the independent museums sector to help bolster resilience following the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been announced by Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop.
The National Lottery is searching for the UK’s lockdown legends as part of this year’s National Lottery Awards with nomonations closing 19 August.
Environment Study Centre launches on-line qualification in ‘Energy Efficiency for Traditional Buildings’
Welsh company, The Environment Study Centre (ESC) has launched its new on-line course for professionals wanting to gain a qualification in dealing with the retrofitting of older and traditional buildings. image: ESC website
Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee says the Covid-19 crisis presents biggest threat to UK’s cultural infrastructure, institutions and workforce in a generation.
Section 40 of Scotland’s new Planning Act requires the Scottish Ministers to issue guidance on mediation in planning, so Scottish Mediation and PAS have published an interactive survey outlining some ideas, closing Friday 21st August 2020.
Charities are facing a £12.4bn shortfall in income for the year due to impact of coronavirus, reports The Institute of Fundraising (IoF).
The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) have launched their Digital Attitudes and Skills for Heritage (DASH) free survey service for UK heritage organisations to help ‘capture [and use] a summary of key digital skills and attitudes of their staff and … Continue reading
A living Gallipoli war memorial, the Stretton on Dunsmore monument in Warwickshire which commemorates where King George V saluted troops from the 29th Division, billeted in the area before they embarked on active service in Gallipoli in the First World … Continue reading