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May 2022

IHBC Support Session – Complete the Affiliate Application Form

26 May - 17:00 - 18:00
Free

The IHBC is delighted to be able to highlight the opportunity for our valued Supporter members to access new, free guidance on making an application for our Affiliate membership as described HERE.   We are hosting two free 1-hour CPD-certified pilot webinars that offer accessible advice on how to easily and successfully complete Affiliate applications by demonstrating an ‘awareness’ level of built and historic environment conservation. There has been a high success rate of recent Affiliate applications and this session…

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WM Branch – The Conservation Hour – Technology

27 May - 12:30 - 13:30
Free

Using the very best knowledge, expertise, and experience from our very own West Midlands IHBC Branch Members* we have curated a timetable of online events which will concentrate on each individual competency and enable our members to showcase and share their projects and provide networking opportunities. The monthly hour long sessions will run from 12.30pm-1.30pm, enabling you to log on during your lunch hour or play back at your own leisure.  Each session will have a different speaker, time for…

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HES – Dealing with Damp in Traditional Buildings

27 May - 13:00 - 14:00
Free

Have you resigned yourself to living in a damp house? Issues of damp are by no means normal in older buildings, and there are many things that you can do to help with this problem. In this free livestream Inform Friday session, our experts will talk about solutions to damp to help you understand more about your older building. Damp issues can often indicate that something isn't quite right with the building fabric. This could be connected to the gutters…

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SHBT – Ghosts of Strathleven – Colonial History and Approaches to Heritage

31 May - 18:00
Free

Esmé Coppock investigates stories of colonial exploitation, and searches for approaches to heritage which recognise this past. Thomas F. Gieryn eloquently wrote that buildings 'are forever objects of (re)interpretation, narration and representation'; their walls hold stories of our past. Strathleven House was owned by James Ewing, enslaver and MP for Glasgow, and his heirs, and contains histories of colonial exploitation and the legacies of slavery. This talk investigates some of these stories, challenges accepted narratives, and searches for approaches to…

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June 2022

West Dean – Managing Wildlife in the Historic Environment

6 June - 9 June
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation Chichester, PO18 OQZ United Kingdom + Google Map
£828

Gain an understanding of the range of protected plant and animal species found on and in historic buildings and their sites. Obtain guidance on current wildlife protection legislation, the importance of biodiversity, and implications for the management of historic sites including survey and work windows and potential funding streams. Flora and fauna contribute to the aesthetic appeal of sites and are valuable educational resources. The course looks at flora and fauna of historic structures and their settings, how to use…

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Place Services – Setting of Heritage Assets

9 June - 09:30 - 16:00
Cressing Temple Barns, Witham Rd
Cressing, Braintree CM77 8PD United Kingdom
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£75

This course is aimed at Heritage Sector professionals and anyone involved in informing change to the Historic Environment. This day course will be consider the practical implementation of Historic England Guidance The Setting of Heritage Assets. The course will include: Context and format of assessment from Heritage Statement to Public Inquiry. Identification of Heritage Assets; Assessment of setting and contribution to significance; Assessment of effects of a proposed development; and Explore ways to maximise enhancements and mitigate harm. The course…

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IES – Digital Twins for Rapid Decarbonisation of Buildings

9 June - 10:00 - 12:00
Free

Join us virtually for this exciting Digital Twin knowledge sharing and co-creation workshop 'Digital Twins for Rapid Decarbonisation of Buildings.’ We’ll be sharing with you our lessons learned from a world-leading case study example, before inviting you to join us in interactive focus groups where you’ll share your views on the current status of the sector with regard to decarbonisation, challenges encountered and what comes next. Discover how the University of Glasgow has implemented cutting-edge Digital Twin technology across its…

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Victorian Society – Lutyens’ Work in the West End

9 June - 18:00 - 19:00
Queen’s Chapel, St James Palace, Marlborough Road
London, SW1 United Kingdom
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£15

Meet at Queen’s Chapel, St James Palace, Marlborough Road SW1   Join us for a fascinating exteriors- only walk through Lutyens’ London, stopping at a luxury apartment building with a glamourous penthouse. We will visit a bank for ladies only, a showroom for a Canadian Plumbing company and a new memorial to Sir Edwin himself. Paul Waite is a Trustee and Chair of the Events Committee of the Lutyens Society.

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TACS – Poole Weekender, talks and tours with tile makers and historians

11 June - 12 June
Poole Poole, Dorset United Kingdom + Google Map
£12

Diana Hall will be giving medieval tile making demonstrations on Saturday at her studio near Bournemouth at 11am, with a hearty soup lunch. As well as making medieval tiles, Diana loves to chat about Peggy Angus and her work. Diana’s studio is in Stoborough which is a twenty minute walk from Wareham train station. On Sunday morning, Jo Amey, local tile historian, will be leading a fascinating tile walk around Poole, picking out ceramic highlights and sharing her detailed knowledge…

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Building Conservation Summer School 2022

12 June - 16 June
Royal Agricultural University, Stroud Road
Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 6JS United Kingdom
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A fully immersive and practical residential course, presented by 20 different countrywide experts in a wide variety of fields. With ample opportunity for discussion and questions, as well as 'hands on’ sessions, The Building Conservation Summer School is the most comprehensive course on offer for anyone seeking a career in the the repair of old buildings. This course runs over four and a half days at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. Previously organised by RICS, it is now a…

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