IHBC’s FREE Pre-Conference CPD webinar series for #IHBCReading2024 School continues: Reading’s conservation and development (24/05)

The IHBC looks forward to its next free #IHBCReading2024 pre-conference CPD webinar in our exploration of ‘Place & Building Care…’, targeting IHBC’s ‘Management’ Area of Competence across conservation practice and historic estate management.

Follow the link below to register:

As we get closer to the Annual School itself, which will be held in Reading this year (12th-15th June), we will be joined by Richard Bennett and Evelyn Williams, on behalf of Reading Civic Society, who will be offering their perspective on 60 years of conservation and change in Reading, with ‘Heritage and Conservation in Reading: a perspective on 60 years of change and development’.

This session will be a great introduction to the recent development of Reading, setting the scene for the upcoming annual school, whilst providing an opportunity to explore some of the ways in which Civic Societies and communities can positively influence the heritage and conservation of their areas.

This session is free to attend and open to all. It also contributes towards your CPD!

Missed a webinar?

You can also catch up on previous webinars in the series here:

Applying BSI’s PAS 2038 in Retrofitting Non-Domestic Heritage and Traditional Buildings with Prof. John Edwards

Reading Abbey Revealed: A detailed look at conservation work on the Abbey ruins with Barnaby Wheeler

The beginnings of a creative partnership: Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens at Munstead Wood with Caroline Ikin

Find out more and book at reading2024.ihbc.org.uk

See more on #IHBCReading2024

School CPD Guidance HERE

Delegate options HERE

Or just secure your Virtual Day School place + recording (from £30+VAT) HERE

#IHBCReading2024 | reading2024.ihbc.org.uk
pre-School CPD is supported by our
CREATIVE Conservation Fund – Helping conservation people




Reading Abbey:

Munstead Wood & heritage estates:

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