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- IHBC trustee nominations close with AGM booking & proxy voting now open: 6PM, 24 February, after Council; AGM papers to come 21/01/2022
- UPDATE: IHBC looks to the future with new ‘Affiliate’ arrangements offering improved support for all: ONLY the name changes – to ‘Supporter’ – for those seeking status quo 21/01/2022
- REMINDER: IHBC Marsh Awards 2022 launched: ‘Your chance to nominate retired IHBC members and/or successful learners’, closing 31 March 21/01/2022
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £20M+ works this week: BPT partnership seeks PM for NLHF projects, closing 11/02 21/01/2022
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Emmeline Pankhurst’s GII grave dubbed ‘national disgrace’ after it’s left filthy and chipped 21/01/2022
- New Chair appointed to Historic Environment Scotland: Hugh Hall 21/01/2022
- Housing crisis needs action on planning, SMEs and housing for elderly, says Lords report 21/01/2022
- New report highlights the impact of retrofit programmes on social housing customers 21/01/2022
- A clever map tool will tell you facts about (basically) any street or building, via Wikipedia! 21/01/2022
- IHBC welcomes STBA Paper: ‘From Retrofit to Regeneration’ published 18/01/2022
- CCT CE Peter Aiers IHBC announces move to The Charterhouse 18/01/2022
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’: Building’s top news for 2021 18/01/2022
- IHBC Marsh Awards 2022 launched: ‘Your chance to nominate retired IHBC members and/or successful learners’, closing 31 March 18/01/2022
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the (civil) doorstep’: Inspector allows Southgate Office Village Scheme on appeal, despite engagement campaign 18/01/2022
- Targeted funds of £65 million for Scotland’s culture and events to help ease impact of pandemic 18/01/2022
- Plans unveiled to restore 300,000 hectares of habitat across England 18/01/2022
- Building collapses after foundation blunders 18/01/2022
- New digital model of Skara Brae helps investigate impacts of climate change 18/01/2022
- Top 20 new articles in 2021 from DB announced 18/01/2022
- Serious about your staffing plans or career? Get your ‘Heads Up’ with ‘IHBC Jobs etc.’ as we headline career-defining posts – across sectors and disciplines – so sign up now! 14/01/2022
- IHBC congratulates IHBC Member Darren Barker on MBE 14/01/2022
- REMINDER: IHBC looks to the future with new ‘Affiliate’ arrangements: Improved support for all, and ONLY the name changes for those seeking status quo 14/01/2022
- IHBC welcomes Civic Voice’s ‘Paper Tigers’: A critical review of Statements of Community Involvement in England 14/01/2022
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from £2.3M+ works this week: Council seeks heritage strategy draft review, closing 11/02, valued to £12K 14/01/2022
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Chard Leisure Centre eyesore may remain until spring 14/01/2022
Daily Archives: 03/08/2021
IHBC’s new CPD Circular now out: Accessible cross-sector support, with free sign up/events listings!
The new issue of the IHBC’s regular and free CPD Circular has been posted, offering members and our networks accessible and current information on learning opportunities and Continuing Professional Development (CPD), with free postings for anyone holding relevant events too!
New Closing Date for IHBC’s Student Awards: Submit your coursework by 31 AUGUST to win up to £500 & a place on IHBC’s 2022 Aberdeen School
Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW) – host platform for the IHBC’s Conservation Wiki and the ‘construction industry knowledge base’ – has featured on its Newsletter Laura Alvarez (Senior Principal Urban Design and Conservation Officer at Nottingham City Council) on ‘Understanding Context’, … Continue reading
IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick: ‘Life After Demolition… Designing for Deconstruction’, from ArchDaily
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’, and this week features ArchDaily on ‘Life After Demolition… Designing for Deconstruction’.
A review of monuments, buildings and street names has been launched by Stroud District Council to ensure they represent Stroud’s inclusive values in light of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and the attention it brought to on-going racism in … Continue reading
Copenhagen named UNESCO World Capital of Architecture for 2023 The city of Copenhagen has been officially designated as World Capital of Architecture for 2023
The city of Copenhagen has been officially designated as World Capital of Architecture for 2023 by the Director-General of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, on the recommendation of the General Assembly of the International Union of Architects (UIA).
The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP): Collaboration by lawyers and others to enable climate conscious contracting
The Chancery Lane Project (TCLP) is a collaborative effort by lawyers and other legal professionals to enable climate conscious contracting, as more than 700 legal professionals from more than 180 organisations are working pro bono to create practical legal solutions … Continue reading
Evidence from The Heritage Fund on the Parks for People programme uncovers the importance of our parks and how they can be supported in future. image: for illustration purposes only
The Future Cities Forum has announced the winners and runners-up who have been successful in receiving awards in Summer 2021 judging forum.
Minister for Apprenticeships Gillian Keegan has signed off the funding for a stonemasonry Trailblazer apprenticeship, the final step in giving stone its own apprenticeship.
The average value of construction disputes hit a record level in 2020, rising to £27.7m, according to data from Arcadis’ 11th annual ‘Global Construction Disputes Report 2021: The road to early resolution’.
From Handcrafted Stone to 3D Printing: The Technological and Material Evolution of Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia
Archdaily has reported on how numerous technologies were and continue to be used in the construction of Antoni Gaudí’s Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, from a highly crafted stone construction to the most modern 3D printing techniques and high … Continue reading