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- Donovan Rypkema, lead US heritage economist, co-anchors IHBC’s 2021 Day School, and eyes ‘innovative format’ of School MarketPlace for ‘the chance to share…’ 10/04/2021
- IHBC Chair offers sympathies on Peter Ainsworth’s sudden passing: ‘a passionate advocate for heritage’ 10/04/2021
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £1M+ costed works this week: Call for tenders linked to conservation architectural services, valued at £660K, closing 04/05 10/04/2021
- CLC Survey: Professional Indemnity Insurance restrictions harming industry 10/04/2021
- HES: New technical guidance to help protect historic buildings from climate change published 10/04/2021
- Commonplace funded to ‘reimagine planning notices’ in England 10/04/2021
- Appointments to the Design Commission for Wales 10/04/2021
- High Court bid to extend local authority remote meetings beyond 6 May 10/04/2021
- NLHF and Young Foundation ask ‘How can innovation help us do the best we can for the future of heritage?’ – workshops 19/20 April 10/04/2021
- England’s Chief Planner letter relays to LA planners new PDR and heritage protection controls 10/04/2021
- BT dials up ‘Adopt a Kiosk’ scheme – with almost 4,000 red phone boxes available for local communities to adopt for just £1 10/04/2021
- IHBC welcomes £400M for 2,700+ arts, culture, heritage organisation etc., especially for smaller charities 06/04/2021
- IHBC welcomes new entry to ‘Recognised Courses’ list– Liverpool’s MA in Sustainable Heritage Management – with ‘virtual’ insights to course (‘All welcome’) 13/04 06/04/2021
- IHBC’s Heritage signpost: New ‘Heritage Counts’ Research issued – ‘Know your Home, know your carbon…’ 06/04/2021
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick of the week: IHBC’s consultation on extending HESPR members’ advisory profile 06/04/2021
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Work to save Hurst Castle wall was ‘just days away’ before collapse 06/04/2021
- Welsh Government Consultation on Heritage Partnership Agreements – Draft Regulations and Guidance 06/04/2021
- Construction Sector Backs CLC National Retrofit Strategy 06/04/2021
- Consultation on Scottish skills requirements for energy efficiency etc. homes, closes 30/04 06/04/2021
- Wates launches free sustainability innovation network 06/04/2021
- Hoskins Architects wins Civic Trust Award for Aberdeen Art Gallery revamp 06/04/2021
- Shared regional principles for protecting, restoring and enhancing the environment in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc 06/04/2021
- More than 85 abandoned railways put forward for restoration 06/04/2021
- Serious about your staffing plans or career direction? Stay ahead with ‘IHBC Jobs etc.’: Roles like HES Designation Head call for conservation-related skills across UK’s public, private and third sectors! 02/04/2021
- See IHBC’s priority CPD taster from John Edwards, on ‘Retrofit of Traditional Buildings’ on YouTube 02/04/2021
Daily Archives: 16/02/2021
IHBC and Vic Soc Directors feature in RICS’ Modus on England’s planning question: ‘… will future policy destroy the past’?
Directors of the IHBC and the Victorian Society (Vic Soc) – Seán O’Reilly and Joe O’Donnell –are among those whose opinions are featured in the RICS in-house publication Modus as it explores heritage impacts in England’s planning proposals: ‘Heritage heresy: … Continue reading
IHBC’s learning signpost: Building Crafts College – free virtual tasters for prospective students to ‘Develop… Conservation Skills’
The Building Crafts College (BCC) London is offering a ‘unique opportunity to participate in an on-line class’ in its IHBC Recognised ‘Historic Building Conservation’ Foundation Degree, to anyone ‘interested in undertaking the course in the academic year 2021-22’.
REMINDER: 2021 #IHBCMarshAwards: ‘Your chance to nominate ‘retired IHBC members’ and/or ‘successful learners’ for our awards’, extended closing date of 31 March
The IHBC’s Marsh Awards, developed in partnership with the Marsh Christian Trust, has launched the two 2021 Awards – for civic contributions by retired members, and for successful learning in heritage skills – with prizes that include £500 and a free … Continue reading
IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick of the week: Early notice & low rates for HESPR members of IHBC’s 2021 School Heritage MarketPlace #IHBCMarketPlace, 18 June
The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance scheme for heritage services – emails members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, with news from across the development sector, and this week features the IHBC’s … Continue reading
IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Major development on Bristol outskirts could see village double in size
Bristol Live reports on a major development on Bristol’s outskirts that could see a village double in size as up to 500 homes could be built on green belt land.
England’s Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) has announced allocation of initial £700,000 funding (now increased to £1.5 million) that will support projects which involve a county-wide approach to developing or improving local heritage lists.
The Theatres Trust has published the 2021 Theatres at Risk Register, with 31 theatres, while highlighting an ‘emerging trend during the pandemic where vacant theatre buildings are sold off by private owners.’ image: Theatres Trust website
The Climate Heritage Network (CHN) – the international network of which the IHBC is a member – has issued a call for volunteers ‘to help plan an event at the 2021 pre-COP’, based in Milan from 30 September, with a … Continue reading
England’s Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) has launched a consultation on revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), in light of the Building Better Building Beautiful Commission ‘Living with Beauty’ report, with expressions of interest (EOIs) … Continue reading
The Natural Stone Specialist (NSS) is offering free access during the Covid-19 pandemic, with current content ranging from a double height Portland limestone staircase to a revised landscaping standard.