Category Archives: Event – IHBC

West Midlands Branch – The Impact of Tourism on Heritage

 29 November 2018

The next  West Midlands Branch CPD Day will discuss The Impact of Tourism on Heritage, giving a perspective from Historic England, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the private sector. There is also a site visit at the Guild Chapel by Trevor Edwards, Hawkes Chartered Architects.

Full details on the programme and booking are available here

London Branch – MATE session

28 November 2018
Lichfields’ offices, 14 Regent’s Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL

We are holding another Membership Application Training Event (from 6.00 – 8.30 pm)  the main aim of which is to assist people in upgrading their membership from either Affiliate/Associate to Full membership.

There will be a presentation from Kate Kendall, IHBC Education, Training & Standards Liaison Officer followed by small group discussions.

Kate Kendall said: ‘These events are a great way for prospective applicants to find out how to understand their skills, knowledge and experience in the context of IHBC membership criteria and accreditation.  And all this is free too, offered to anyone interested in IHBC membership as part of the IHBC’s charitable support for the care of the built and historic environment.’

To book your FREE place please email Kate Kendall

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IHBC East Midlands Branch: An afternoon with Charles Mynors

9 November 2018

An afternoon with Dr. Charles Mynors
13:00 – 16:45

Dr Charles Mynors is a lawyer with specialist expertise in planning and ecclesiastical law. He is also a Fellow of the RTPI and the RICS, and a member of the IHBC. After almost ten years as a planning officer in local government, he practised for over 25 years as a barrister from chambers in the Temple. He now heads up a team in the Law Commission, simplifying planning law in Wales; the Commission’s consultation paper, published in November 2017, has been described as “surprisingly readable”.

He has written a number of books on his specialist areas, three of which (those on listed buildings, trees, and advertisements) have gone into subsequent editions; each has become the standard textbook in its field. He is an adviser to the Prince’s Regeneration Trust. He lectures widely, and is a Visiting Professor at Oxford Brookes University and regular lecturer at Bath University.

Charles’s latest book – “Listed Buildings and Other Heritage Assets” (published by Swet & Maxwell in September 2017), 5th edn written jointly with Nigel Hewitson – is a comprehensive guide to the increasingly complex law in this area. It is an indispensable guide for practitioners, lawyers and judges and many others; it covers all the new legislation, the NPPF, and over 100 new cases, and applies in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Delegate fee to be confirmed – open to non-members
Maximum 50 places on a ‘first come first served basis’

Venue: City of Lincoln Council Chamber, City Hall, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln, LN1 1DD

Further details on the dedicated website

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