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- IHBC welcomes HE’s Heritage Counts 2023 05/12/2023
- IHBC seeks paid expert leads for priority new topics in Branch CPD training: ‘Fire Protection’, ‘Enforcement’ and ‘Placemaking & Design Codes’: Closing 6 January 2024 05/12/2023
- Your invitation to ‘A Medieval Christmas’, at Newcastle’s Black Gate, with IHBC’s North Branch, 7 December, from £20 (with select free places too!) 05/12/2023
- CLOSING SOON – FINAL CHANCE: Consultation on updating joint IHBC-HTVF-CV ‘Conservation Professional Practice Principles’ (CPPP) 05/12/2023
- IHBC ‘Practice’ signpost from Wales: Neath Port Talbot Council Biodiversity Duty Plan 05/12/2023
- IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest News’: IHBC on #IHBCReading2024 and sponsorship opportunities 05/12/2023
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Objections lodged to proposals by Stella McCartney to build seafront house near Mallaig 05/12/2023
- LUHC Parliamentary Committee inquiry: Children, young people and the built environment, call for evidence closes 2/01/2024 05/12/2023
- UK skills training to be transformed with innovative projects 05/12/2023
- National Church Awards winners 2023 announced 05/12/2023
- Historic Houses Awards announced 05/12/2023
- New planning guidance for Tall Buildings in Glasgow city centre being developed 05/12/2023
- New President for CIAT as Eddie Weir is inaugurated 05/12/2023
- Appointment of Baroness Penn as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in DLUHC 05/12/2023
- IHBC launches Reading School Homepage & contact point: ‘Place & Building Care…’ with bookings to open in 2024 – #IHBCReading2024 01/12/2023
- IHBC seeks paid expert leads for priority new topics in Branch CPD training: ‘Fire Protection’, ‘Enforcement’ and ‘Placemaking & Design Codes’: Closing 6 January 2024 01/12/2023
- IHBC’s 1st Christmas treat: Free and open webinar from IHBC’s Technical Panel lead John Edwards on ‘Applying BSI’s PAS 2035:2023…’ for IHBC Reading School 2024, Christmas and more, 15/12 01/12/2023
- IHBC’s Professional signpost: Ayr Station Hotel Fire – Action and reaction in Scotland’s parliament and beyond 01/12/2023
- IHBC’s HESPR pick from un-costed works: Welsh County Council seeks Conservation Architect etc. for historic buildings works, closing 08/12 01/12/2023
- IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: Wyke Regis man sentenced over non-compliance with planning enforcement notice 01/12/2023
- Housing: Use old buildings to tackle crisis, says Welsh charity 01/12/2023
- Historic England issues its Heritage at Risk Register 2023 01/12/2023
- Delivering Net Zero for England’s Historic Buildings: HE’s local data on the demand for retrofitting skills and economic growth 01/12/2023
- Mendip Hills to be declared a ‘super’ National Nature Reserve 01/12/2023
- Storm Babet’s widespread damage to landscapes, gardens and properties a taste of things to come, says National Trust 01/12/2023
Daily Archives: 17/11/2023
IHBC signs up to CHN’s COP28 ‘Culture at the Heart of Climate Action’: Global call to the UNFCCC to include cultural heritage, the arts and creative sectors in climate policy
The IHBC is delighted to join signatories to the Climate Heritage Network (CHN) Call to Action to put ‘Culture at the Heart of Climate Action’, asking the UNFCCC to include cultural heritage, the arts and creative sectors in climate policy.
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To help connect employers’ needs and practitioners’ skills, the IHBC regularly updates NewsBlog readers on the wide-ranging opportunities on our ‘IHBC Jobs etc.’ service, so be sure to sign up for free alerts and ‘stay ahead’ with the our unique … Continue reading
IHBC ‘Finance & Economics’ Signpost: ‘A global carbon tax could be an ethical solution to the world’s problems’
Ioli Kynigou writing in New Civil Engineer suggests global carbon tax could be an ethical solution to the world’s. image for illustration only – Open Government Licence v3.0
LAST CHANCE: Consultation on joint IHBC-HTVF-CV ‘Conservation Professional Practice Principles’ (CPPP) closes soon
A consultation on updating and enhancing the IHBC-HTVF-Civic Voice joint ‘Conservation Professional Practice Principles’ has been launched, as we look at renewing this cross-sector statement on practice principles for specialists working in built and historic environment conservation roles.
IHBC’s HESPR pick from £1.1M+ costed works: Council seeks Heritage etc Planning Consultant for project work, closing 1/12, to £25K
The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance service – emails members regular ‘News and Tender Alerts’, and the IHBC Director’s pick this week features the call from a Borough council for a … Continue reading
IHBC features ‘Heritage the doorstep’: Demolishing Ayr Station Hotel ‘would have huge environment impact’
A campaigner has warned the Scottish Government that proposals to demolish Ayr’s fire-ravaged Station Hotel could have a major environmental impact, reports The Ayr Advertiser. image for illustration only – Ayr Station Hotel By Goodreg3 – Own work, CC BY-SA … Continue reading
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has launched the ‘It Takes Planners &’ campaign on World Town Planning Day, aiming to tackle misinformation online by raising the awareness of the pivotal role planners play in creating liveable, healthy communities. image … Continue reading
Law firm Bates Wells has partnered with the Sheila McKechnie Foundation to issue guidance to ‘demystify some of the rules around charity campaigning.
Historic England (HE) has published draft advice that aims to provide clear and consistent advice on balancing climate action with building adaptation. image: Historic England (Solar panels in use at Chippenham Hall, Cambridgeshire© Historic England Archive DP440260 Grade II listed)
Communities and organisations are being invited to submit their proposals to become Scotland’s next National Park. image for illustration only – Fiona Newton
Spiralling costs caused by inflation is one of the biggest risks facing the charity sector, according to a new report from Ecclesiastical Insurance. image Ecclesiastical Charity Risk Barometer
The National Trust’s Director-General Hilary McGrady on 26 October outlined the three minimum requirements any future Government should commit to, so the future of nature and heritage can be secured for everyone.
SAHGB and the RIBA Collections – The Foundation Stone of the House of Architecture report about current state of affairs
With the ending of the partnership between the RIBA and V+A raised issues in the future of the institute’s Drawings collection, the SAHGB has published an initial report from Dr Adrian Steel, Director of Collections and Programmes at RIBA, about … Continue reading