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January 2022

Yorkshire Branch – Traditional buildings workshop 3: Care and construction of thatched roofs

15 January 2022 - 10:30 - 15:30
NYMNPA , Old Vicarage, Bondgate
Helmsley, Yorkshire YO62 5BP United Kingdom
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£35

North York Moors National Park, IHBC Yorkshire Branch and the Northern Craft Building Project are delighted to present this year’s series of traditional skills workshops. The day will involve a presentation on the types of thatch and the processed of construction, common problems and concerns and means of repair and practical demonstrations. Lunch provided The afternoon will involve a trip to Spout House in Bilsdale. Transport will be provided from Helmsley

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Place Services – Archaeological Desk Based Assessments

20 January 2022 - 09:30 - 12:30
Essex Record Office, Wharf Rd
Chelmsford, CM2 6YT United Kingdom
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£45

This morning course is aimed at archaeologists and heritage professionals who use, write or commission archaeological desk-based assessments (DBAs). It will address the different elements of the DBA to equip delegates with insight into and an understanding of: Exactly what DBAs are and when they are required; Their main purpose; The contents of a DBA; How they fit in within the stages of development; and How they can be used to provide meaningful assessment of significance and potential for impact…

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Keymer – History of Clay CPD Webinar

25 January 2022 - 13:00 - 14:30
Free

The Keymer team led by Heritage Roof Experts; Christine Leadbeater and Nigel Dyer will uncover the roots of traditional heritage roofing and look at the considerations of modern challenges associated with heritage roofing and product selection. The RIBA approved CPD presentation will also highlight how designers can recognise potential issues and minimise the risk of damage associated with using heritage roof tiles. The online CPD presentation will cover the following topics to help enrich your learning: History – Why do we…

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SPC – Next steps for planning policy and land use in Scotland

26 January 2022 - 09:00 - 12:00

This conference will be an opportunity for stakeholders and policymakers to discuss the National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) at a key stage in its development following the publication of the draft Framework, which is subject to consultation until March 31st 2022. We are pleased to be able to include keynote sessions with Tom Arthur MSP, Minister for Public Finance, Planning and Community Wealth; and Hamish Trench, Chief Executive, Scottish Land Commission. It comes with The Scottish Government consulting on the Framework, which…

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carringtonLime – Introduction to Lime Pointing

26 January 2022 - 10:00 - 16:00
High Hall Farm, High Hall Farm
Stroat, Chepstow, Gloucesteshire NP16 7LP United Kingdom
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£160

This practical one day course will give you a solid introduction on how to work with lime building materials. Find out about the properties and different uses of lime in building and why lime is such an essential material when looking after older buildings. The day starts with classroom time: learning about the different types of lime, their uses and the best type of lime to use where. The afternoon will see you getting practical hands-on experience: making a traditional…

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Victorian Society – Splendour in the North: Sharpe, Paley and Austin, a Family Affair

26 January 2022 - 19:00 - 20:30

Your ticket gives you access to a recording to watch at a time that suits you The greatest provincial practice in late Victorian and Edwardian England was based in Lancaster. It was founded by the multi-talented Edmund Sharpe, who was succeeded by Edward Paley, responsible for appointing the man who elevated the firm to greatness, Hubert Austin. Although best known for their churches, which range from mighty urban set-pieces to small, rural buildings of great charm and individuality, Sharpe, Paley…

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February 2022

Place Services – Living with Heritage Assets: How to understand and navigate the planning system

2 February 2022 - 09:30 - 12:30
Essex Record Office, Wharf Rd
Chelmsford, CM2 6YT United Kingdom
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£45

This morning course is designed to provide an understanding of the planning system for those who own a listed building or live within a Conservation Area. It aims to demystify key planning terms and processes which are most commonly used, and provide guidance for those who live with heritage assets and would like to understand more about their buildings, areas and planning policy. The course will provide delegates with an understanding of: Listed Buildings, highlighting common maintenance issues and alterations,…

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Victorian Society – Visit to St John the Baptist, Holland Road

5 February 2022 - 14:00 - 15:30
St John the Baptist, Holland Road
London, W14 8AH United Kingdom
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This dramatic and inspiring Grade I church of 1872-89 by James Brooks was completed by J Standen Adkins in 1909-11 after Brook’s death. The church, which has recently undergone a major restoration, has stone carving by J E Taylerson and glass by Clayton & Bell, as well as a fine collection of vestments, banners and altar sets.

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PFNI – Next steps for housing policy in Northern Ireland

7 February 2022 - 12:00 - 17:00

This conference will look at priorities for housing policy in Northern Ireland, with discussion on the planned institutional, regulatory, and policy changes, as well as their implementation. In particular, delegates will focus on next steps for affordable housing, housing supply, homelessness, and waiting lists. We are pleased to be able to include keynote sessions with: Deirdre Hargey MLA, Minister for Communities; and Grainia Long, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Housing Executive. It will be a timely opportunity to discuss the development of a…

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Victorian Society – Prince Albert, architect? by Michael Hall

9 February 2022 - 19:00 - 20:30

The lecture will ask how much input Prince Albert had into these buildings and their decoration. Many buildings are said to have been ‘designed’ by Prince Albert, from Osborne House and Whippingham church on the Isle of Wight to Balmoral Castle and the royal dairy at Frogmore. The lecture will ask how much input the Prince had into these buildings and their decoration and will discuss in particular a much less well-known building that is arguably his masterpiece. Michael Hall…

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