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September 2022

BLF Annual Conference 2022

2 September - 4 September
Queens University Belfast Belfast, BT7 1NN United Kingdom + Google Map

The Building Limes Forum Ireland (BLFI) is hosting the BLF Annual Conference at Queen’s University, Belfast from the 2nd to the 4th of September 2022.    Details of the event and programme can be found at https://www.buildinglimesforumireland.com/    The conference features many industry and keynote speakers including Dr Joanne Curran – ‘Monitoring Moisture in Solid Walls to inform Specification Decisions’; Chris Pennock – ‘Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim Norway’; and Benjamin Mouton – ‘Notre Dame, Paris Repair and Restoration’.  Sunday 4th September is…

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Victorian Society – Welsh Heritage Day

3 September - 10:00 - 17:00
Cardiff City Hall, Cathays Park
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3ND United Kingdom
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WELSH HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURE DAY CONFERENCE Join the Victorian Society, Griff Rhys Jones in conversation with Dr Greg Ste- venson and leading figures in Welsh heritage and architecture.  Discover how you can help tackle the challenges of caring for our buildings and monuments, great and small, in 21st century Wales.  Look at how the Welsh government, planning and listing systems protect our historic buildings and structures.  Learn about the Victorian Society’s legal role as guardian of Victorian and Ed- wardian…

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Wales Branch – Retrofitting Historic Buildings for Energy Efficiency

5 September - 14:00 - 18:00
Plas Mawr, High Street
Conwy, Wales LL32 8DE United Kingdom
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Free

The CPD event will discuss approaches to retrofitting traditional building for energy efficiency without compromising character or building performance. Confirmed speakers include John Edwards, Cadw, and Cadnant Planning. Followed by a reception to celebrate 25 years of the IHBC until 6pm. A fantastic opportunity to get back together in person in a stunning venue! Sponsored by Cadnant Planning.

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FUTURE HISTORY: Teaching history in landscape schools

8 September - 9 September
University of Sheffield Sheffield, United Kingdom + Google Map

A meeting of universities and schools to discuss history teaching for landscape architecture to be held at the University of Sheffield on 8 and 9 September 2022. Organised by Jan Woudstra and Robert Holden for FOLAR. Future History is aimed at those involved or interested in delivering the history of the profession. It seeks to provide an opportunity for discussion to enable guidance to be articulated, and provide ways to reinvigorate engagement with history, not just to benefit students and…

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GCHT – Architecture and Health in Historic Buildings

8 September - 12:30 - 13:30
£15

As we continue to respond to the Covid 19 pandemic, focus has turned to how poor building design can contribute to the spread of airborne diseases. Older buildings are sometimes portrayed as unhealthy and subject to being damp and uncomfortable. But historic buildings, particularly those from the late 19th century, were often far more pragmatic at creating integrated approaches to combatting infection than modern ones. In this CPD, Dr Richard Hobday will discuss what historic buildings can teach us about…

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East Midlands Branch – AGM and Reconnection Day

12 September - 10:00 - 15:30

East Midlands Branch AGM and reconnection day - Monday 12th September 2022: a chance to see what’s been happening in the town since the 2009 IHBC annual school an interesting focus for learning time to use the day as the Branch reconnection day where we can meet old friends and make new ones The day will look at the regeneration and restoration at the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent, natural baths and pump room. The project to reuse the famous…

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Yorkshire Branch – The benefits of hyper localised conservation in Yorkshire

14 September - 18:30 - 19:30
Free

Join IHBC Yorkshire for the second instalment in our webinar series 'The benefits of hyper localised conservation in Yorkshire' with Ann Vanner, Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Architectural Technology at the University of Central Lancashire. Hyper local conservation embraces the complex intertwining of the site, people and environment – and argues that people and buildings should adapt to climate, not the other way round.

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Heritage 2022 – International Conference on Vernacular Heritage: Culture, People and Sustainability

15 September - 17 September
Valencia, Spain Valencia, Spain + Google Map

Topic 1. Vernacular architecture: matter, culture and sustainability T1.1. Study and cataloging of vernacular architecture T1.2. Urban studies of vernacular architecture T1.3. Studies of traditional techniques and materials T1.4. Sustainability of vernacular architecture Topic 2. Heritage education T2.1. Research in heritage education T2.2. Heritage education and social inclusion T2.3. Heritage communities T2.4. Creativity and heritage education Topic 3. Artisans and crafts of traditional construction T3.1. Intangible heritage: the management of know-how and local construction culture T3.2. Training in traditional construction…

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HTVF – Finding New Uses for Heritage Assets

15 September - 12:00 - 14:00

As communities and developers are increasingly recognising the value of heritage assets, this webinar looks at case studies of how to bring a new lease of life to their futures. Whether these are large estates, notable civic and community buildings, or redundant but once functional buildings and sites of local importance, there are a variety of ways to secure their futures. This includes funding for projects, building a strong and visionary team, and drawing new audiences in to both appreciate…

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NHIG – Strength Testing Wrought-Iron Bridges

15 September - 12:00 - 13:00
£20

Based on a case-study of Whorlton Bridge in Durham, this webinar evaluates methods for investigating the strength of wrought iron bridges. Dave Gent and Gabby Price of ECSL will cover issues such as: Assessing destructive and non-destructive options Making best use of available information Dealing with unknowns Overcoming challenges

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