Daily Archives: 03/05/2024

IHBC’s 2024 AGM concludes with overwhelming support for ‘next steps’ in petition for charter exploration: ‘Preparing a Memorandum for the Privy Council Office’

The IHBC’s 2024 Annual General Meeting (AGM) registered overwhelming support from voting members for the ‘next steps’ in the Institute’s petition for charter exploration, rounding off formal business prefaced by an insightful historical analysis of heating, homes and climate change … Continue reading

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Reserve your place at IHBC’s 2024 School #IHBCReading2024: ‘Place and building care’ across 4 days, from £30+VAT for Virtual Day School

Secure your place at the IHBC’s 2024 Annual School, taking place online and in person in Reading, across 12/13-15 June, and centred on our blended Day School (14 June), with the Virtual School launch at IHBC’s MarketPlace:LIVE (12 June), all … Continue reading

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IHBC’s Chair welcomes Carole Souter CBE as THA’s new Chair of Trustees

On behalf of the IHBC, Chair David McDonald, has warmly welcomed the appointment of Carole Souter CBE as the new Chair of Trustees at The Heritage Alliance (THA), succeeding Acting Chair Ingrid Samuel OBE.

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Your guidance for #IHBCReading2024 School CPD focus, including ‘Legislation & Policy’ + ‘Finance & Economics’, 12/13-15 June, from £30+VAT

The IHBC’s initial CPD guidance tied to the exploration of ‘Place & Building Care…’ at our #IHBCReading2024 School (June 12/13-15; Day School June 14) highlights the focus on priority, ‘hard to access’ CPD across our practice areas – the Competences … Continue reading

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IHBC’s volunteering spotlight: AHF seeks up to three new Trustees, including Chair of Audit and Risk Committee, to 31 May

The Architectural Heritage Fund Is looking for up to three new Trustees, including a Chair of its Audit and Risk Committee, as well as a trustee with skills potentially including conservation and heritage/community led regeneration, closing 31 May.

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IHBC’s HESPR pick from £400K+ works this week: Heritage estate body seeks Landscape Architect for woodland landscape, to 24/05

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 is a call from a heritage estate body with … Continue reading

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IHBC features ‘Heritage from the doorstep’: A New Future For Dover’s Historic Roman Painted House

Roman Painted House in New Street, Dover is to reopen this summer after nearly two years shut, reports Dover District Council. image for illustration: Stephen McKay / The Roman Painted House, Dover (2008) Commons Wiki

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£14.8million awarded by HLF to projects forging the future of industrial past across the UK

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has invested in seven projects that ‘will reimagine and protect the UK’s history of innovation, transport and industry.’ image for illustration: David Lally / Isles of Scilly Town Hall Commons Wikimedia

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Government on ‘Partnerships for People and Place’: Offering guidance for ‘officials in place-based policymaking’

Guidance on ‘Partnerships for People and Place’ offers ‘Guidance and advice for officials working on place-based policymaking’, providing practical tips for officials to improve approaches to place-based ways of working. image for illustration – Open Government Licence v3.0

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AHF on new grants to transform Historic High Streets in England

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is excited to announce a new batch of Project Development Grants to community-focused projects that will contribute to the transformation of high streets and town centres in England.

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Check out THA’s Carbon Literacy Training Courses & dates

The Heritage Alliance (THA) is delivering the Historic England Heritage Carbon Literacy Training Course, designed for heritage organisations and covering climate change and carbon emissions.

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IHBC features ‘Heritage from the global doorstep’: European citizens support religious heritage

Research from Future for Religious Heritage shows 81% of Europeans believe that religious heritage is key for the present and future of their community. image for illustration: by Peter Badcock

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