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September 2019

CCT – 50th Anniversary Debate

3 September - 18:30 - 20:00
V&A, Victoria & Albert Museum
London, SW7 2RL United Kingdom
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£25

A lively debate in the lecture theatre at the Victoria and Albert Museum with a welcome from Dr Tristram Hunt There are 16,000 parish churches in England, many of them representing a great legacy of England’s local culture. However, with congregations dwindling, who is going to look after them in the future? Join us this September as a journalist, author and CCT Trustee Sir Simon Jenkins and Revd. Sally Hitchiner lead opposing teams in debating the care of historic church…

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Damp in Buildings Seminar

6 September - 09:30 - 16:30
Charlestown Workshops, 2 Rocks Road
Charlestown, Fife KY11 3EN United Kingdom
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£190

The Scottish Lime Centre Trusts presents:  The Damp in Buildings Masterclass 2019 We are pleased to welcome back Mike Parrett, one of the world’s leading building pathologists and co-author of the RICS’ bestselling book ‘Diagnosing Damp’, recognised as the primary reference work on dampness in buildings. Building failure needs to be looked at holistically. Dampness, in particular, is poorly understood and widely misdiagnosed. The tendency is to treat the symptoms and not the causes. And after decades of sales-led solutions like injecting…

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Still Out There: the future of public art in Harlow Sculpture Town

14 September - 09:30 - 17:30
The Gibbard Gallery, The Water Gardens College Square CM20 9SB United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

Harlow Art Trust will host a national conference on the future of public art as part of our National Lottery Heritage Fund supported project Access Harlow Sculpture Town. This one-day event will bring together representatives from the heritage and arts professions around the preservation and long-term future of post-war public art. It will explore key themes including: new approaches to securing the long-term future of public art; commissioning and supporting new work; and strengthening collaboration between different stakeholders. We welcome…

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West Midlands Branch – The Sleeping Beauty Awakes: Visit Pitchford Hall

17 September - 10:30 - 13:00
Pitchford Hall, Pitchford Hall
Pitchford, Shropshire SY5 7DP United Kingdom
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Visit one of Britain’s greatest timber framed houses recently saved from the At Risk register to view the Mansion, the Tree House and current works at the Orangery. Programme: 10.30  arrive at the Pitchford Hall  for refreshments 11.00  Branch meeting 11.15  Presentation on the History of Pitchford Hall 11.30  Site visit to the Mansion 12.00  Site visit to the Orangery – current project with Arrol and Snell architects 1.00    Local pub for lunch and networking Competencies to be addressed: Professional: …

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THA – Heritage & the Creative Industries Project: Report Launch

17 September - 15:00 - 17:00
The Ragged School Museum, 15-29 Eyre Street Hill
London, EC1R 5LB United Kingdom
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Free

The Heritage Alliance is delighted to announce that we will be launching our report on Heritage and Creative Industries, written by Hannah Shimko at The Ragged School Museum in London on 17 September, from 3-5pm. This important report aims to showcase successful collaborations between heritage sites and organisations within the creative industries, sharing best practice and recommendations for both sectors to build better partnerships into the future. The report also sets out recommendations for grant funders, Government and policy workers.…

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Scottish Parliamentary Working Group on Tenement Maintenance – Conference

18 September
Glasgow United Kingdom + Google Map

Save the date! Following the Scottish Parliament’s debate on the recommendations of the Working Group on Tenement Maintenance earlier this month, a date has been set for a Tenement Maintenance Conference on 18th September 2019 in Glasgow.

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South East Branch – Consistency in Decision-Making Seminar

26 September - 16:00 - 18:00
Park Barn, Horsham, North Street
Horsham, RH12 1RJ United Kingdom
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Free

Getting it Right Led by Andrew Shepherd, Architect and Chair of IHBC Education Training and Standards Committee This is a case study based seminar, leading to lots of interesting discussion! Real life heritage cases are used, some of which ended up being determined by the Planning Inspectorate. These are presented with the basic facts, which are then discussed by the participants, with their views as to whether consent(s) should have been granted. It should prove very appropriate to Local Authority…

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October 2019

Civic Voice – Roundtable Discussion on Civic Design Review

9 October - 11:30 - 14:00
The Meeting Room, The Coffin Works, 13-15 Fleet Street
Birmingham, B3 1JP United Kingdom
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£25

We know that many local Civic Society committees hold meetings with developers and they, the committee, give their views on the proposed development. Civic Voice believes that standardising a Civic Movement Design Review is an opportunity not to be missed for civic societies as it can be a positive and scalable way of engaging and influencing proposed new development for the better. Our ethos is to encourage the community, through groups such as civic societies, to proactively and positively engage…

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Climate Heritage Network – Global Launch

24 October - 25 October
Edinburgh, 54 George Street
Edinburgh, EH2 2LR United Kingdom
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The Climate Heritage Network Global Launch is a two-day program (Thursday 24th to Friday 25th October 2019) devoted to urgently mobilizing the cultural heritage sector for climate action in Europe and across the globe. The program will serve as a key catalyst for accelerating the ambition of culture and heritage actors to help the communities they work in to deliver on ambitions of the Paris Agreement. The launch builds on the Climate Heritage Mobilization @ Global Climate Action Summit held…

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Yorkshire Branch – Pevsner, Yorkshire: The North Riding and AGM

26 October - 10:30 - 13:00
King’s Manor, York York, YO1 7EP United Kingdom + Google Map

The morning, which will commence at 10.30am will include a talk by Jane Grenville, OBE, FSA, Archaeologist and Honorary Research Fellow and former member of staff in the Department of Conservation Studies, York University on Pevsner, Yorkshire: The North Riding.  Jane is in the process of revising Pevsner’s work on North Riding of Yorkshire, to be published in 2020.  This will be followed by IHBC Yorkshire AGM, to finish by around 1pm.  Free to members. At the AGM, we will…

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