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February 2020

Place Services – Heritage Statements and Historic Building Appraisals

25 February - 09:30 - 12:30
Cressing Temple Barns, Witham Rd
Cressing, Braintree CM77 8PD United Kingdom
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Heritage Statements are required for any planning application or listed building consent which affects the significance of a heritage asset, this is enshrined in the NPPF and particularly Paragraph 189. If undertaken correctly, these do not only provide a supporting document for an application but also a useful resource of baseline information which can inform an appropriate scheme of development, repair or conservation. This morning course explores the following: Why undertake a Heritage Statement; Content and Format; Methodology; Research and…

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RSUA – Conservation Training Course – Module 2

26 February
Clifton House, N Queen Street
Belfast, BT15 1EQ United Kingdom
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The RSUA is running a 5 day course in Historic Building Conservation aimed at architects and related professionals working in the fields of conservation, refurbishment and restoration.  This course is designed to meet the formal accreditation criteria for the Conservation Registrant (CR) level of the RIBA Conservation Register but will be of equal benefit to technologists, planners and surveyors involved in conservation work. It is understood that HED (Historic Environment Division DfC) are moving towards a requirement for formal accreditation…

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The Heritage Alliance – Heritage Day

26 February - 09:30 - 17:00
Tower of London, St Katharine's & Wapping
London, EC3N 4AB United Kingdom
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Heritage Day will be held at the stunning Tower of London. Join our Chair Peter Ainsworth, Sir Tim Laurence, Chair of English Heritage and the Minister for Arts, Heritage and Tourism Helen Whately MP. This popular event offers delegates the chance to meet a wide range of colleagues from across the sector and hear eminent speakers address the latest issues affecting the future of our heritage. After a networking lunch the day sees several ‘HEDx’ talks where members share their…

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Dovecot Studios – William Morris: Preserving Monuments of Art & Civilisation

26 February - 18:00 - 19:00
Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1LT United Kingdom
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May Morris and her father, William Morris, believed passionately in the importance of buildings as monuments to art and civilisation. Founded by William Morris in 1877, the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings was formed in response to the destructive work of many Victorian architects whose enthusiasm for harmful restoration caused irreparable damage to not only the building itself, but contributed to a profound loss of heritage. SPAB is considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on conservation, and…

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OUDCE – An Introduction to GIS for Archaeologists

27 February - 09:00 - 16:30
Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square
Oxford, OX1 2JA United Kingdom
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In recent years, GIS has fundamentally transformed the way spatial data is collated, analyzed and interpreted. In this respect, it is an extremely powerful tool for archaeologists with many professional heritage services companies now utilizing the technology for detailed spatial analysis of a wide spectrum of projects including Historic Landscape Characterisation studies, field walking projects, archaeological excavations and evaluations. This course will provide participants with a working knowledge of GIS software and its practical applications for use in archaeology and…

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HTVF – Character, Quality & Design in Neighbourhood Planning and Beyond

27 February - 09:30 - 17:00
Kellogg College, Oxford, Banbury Road
Oxford, OX2 6PN United Kingdom
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This seminar-workshop will explore the role of design in Neighbourhood Planning and other policy-making contexts. Starting with the role of Village Design Statements and communities in capturing the character of their localities, delegates will hear about: Locality's new Toolkit Achieving well-designed places through neighbourhood planning, and funding support for greater design aspirations The National Trust's new community toolkit Planning for Heritage The role of pattern books in moving from seeing character to identifying design policies How top housing architects are…

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Managing Historic Burial Grounds Seminar

28 February - 09:30 - 17:00
Seagoe Parish Centre, 46 Seagoe Road
Portadown, BT63 5HW United Kingdom
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Offering the latest advice for the care and conservation of historic burial grounds.

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RSUA – Heritage at Risk Northern Ireland

28 February - 13:00 - 14:00
Linenhall Library, 17 Donegall Square N
Belfast, BT1 5GB United Kingdom
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Historic Environment Record of Northern Ireland Lecture Series 2019/20 This lecture by Nikki McVeigh, and Dr Connie Gerrow from UAHS will explore how trends identified by the HARNI register can help to direct individuals, groups, funders and central and local government to target re-use, regeneration and repair works towards heritage need.

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March 2020

ESC – Retrofitting Dwellings for Improved Energy Efficiency – based on BSI PAS 2035: 2019

3 March
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This one-day workshop will take participants through the retrofit process via PAS 2035 and other retrofit methodologies. The workshop will give an overview of each of the activities and the roles and responsibilities of the relevant parties. It will also look at where PAS 2035 will possibly change in a future edition. The workshop is interactive and includes exercises focused on the activities involved in the implementation of PAS 2035. It will also include the tutors own work examples. PAS…

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HE – Traditional Roofs Conference

3 March - 09:00 - 17:00
Church House Westminster, Deans Yard, Westminster
London, SW1P 3NZ United Kingdom
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Repair & Conservation: facing the challenge in the 21st Century Traditional roofing materials and techniques have defined the appearance of our built heritage for centuries. They contribute to both the character of individual buildings and wider regional identity. But traditional roofs are under threat from various quarters, including deterioration of materials, theft and vandalism, lack of awareness of vernacular details and introduction of modern techniques. This major one-day conference reports on Historic England’s latest technical research into the deterioration and…

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