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February 2022

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

2 February - 09:30 - 12:30
Essex Record Office, Wharf Rd
Chelmsford, CM2 6YT United Kingdom
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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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ISE – Historic timber structures: assessment and reuse

2 February - 10:00 - 17:30

This course introduces timber as an engineering material, with a focus on its use in historic structures. It covers non-destructive techniques for condition assessment and strategies for the reuse of heritage structures.

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

5 February - 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 - 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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Heritage Lincolnshire – Medieval Town Development (An Introduction)

10 February - 14:00 - 15:30

Join us for an introduction to some typical elements of Medieval urban development highlighting some of the patterns to look out for and the lessons they can teach us about future resilience and sustainability. This talk is delivered by Heritage Lincolnshire as part of the Boston Townscape Heritage Project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Boston Borough Council. This talk will be delivered by Andy Graham a Planning, Urban Design and Heritage Consultant specialising in managing change to…

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Heritage Lincolnshire – The Balance of Accessibility and Inclusion in Heritage Settings

17 February - 14:00 - 15:30

We will discuss the positive outcomes of improving accessibility and inclusion within heritage setting, it is understood that good quality access can enhance our understanding of the historic environment and ensure its sustainability. The discussion will look at the challenges faced when constraints of regulation appear to impinge on the ability to alter physical barriers and how we can start to look more holistically at how these settings used and appreciated in order to improve accessibility, as well as using…

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April 2022

Health, Housing, and Wellbeing in the UK New Towns

7 April - 8 April
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The Post-Covid world has put a focus on planning and designing for housing which both contribute to health and wellbeing, and the current debates on climate change and sustainability add another urgent layer. The experience of the UK New Towns and recent experiments in building Garden Towns and Villages have much to offer in that debate. In association with the New Towns Heritage Research Network, the Centre for British Studies of the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris (a member of…

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