South West Branch – Recognising Significance in 20th Century Buildings


Bournemouth A one-day event with the IHBC SW Branch - AGM included: Morning presentations to include: Historic England 20th Century Society and Elanin Harwood on her new book ‘Art Deco Britain’. Afternoon presentations on 20th Century Bournemouth. Lunch and tour of Bournemouth in the afternoon. Event programme 9.30 – 9.45      Arrival and coffee 9.45 -10.00 … Continue reading South West Branch – Recognising Significance in 20th Century Buildings

Buxton: Resilient Cultural Heritage & the Role of the Visitor Economy

University of Derby Devonshire Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

University of Derby, Devonshire Road, Buxton, SK17 6RY Tickets £35-155 from   This Historic Towns and Villages Forum seminar and walking tour will look at how heritage-led regeneration has delivered the newly redeveloped and restored Crescent, Natural Baths and Pump Room in Buxton. As part of the Visitor Economy Strategy for Buxton, and the wider … Continue reading Buxton: Resilient Cultural Heritage & the Role of the Visitor Economy

San Gemini Preservation Studies

San Gemini , Italy

27 May – 2 August 2019 San Gemini, Italy San Gemini Preservation Studies is a series of courses,field projects and tours aimed at fostering the preservation of cultural heritage. The program offers students both theoretical knowledge in the classroom and hands-on skills participating in field projects and workshops. Courses offered: • Restoration of Traditional Masonry … Continue reading San Gemini Preservation Studies

Bats & Buildings

Hatfield House Great North Road, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

This course will be led by Jo Ferguson, the Built Environment Officer for the Bat Conservation Trust and Sue Hooton, Place Services’ Principal Ecological Consultant. Jo has a background as an ecological consultant specialising in bat survey and mitigation and Sue has over 30 years’ experience as a professional ecologist, including 17 years as a … Continue reading Bats & Buildings


Hot Lime Workshop

Cressing Temple Barns Witham Road, Braintree, Essex, United Kingdom

It is well established that all traditionally constructed buildings need to be repaired using compatible lime mortars to avoid unnecessary decay and dampness, but it is less well understood that not all ‘lime’ mortars are the same and not all ‘lime’ mortars are compatible with traditional fabric. This one day course will examine the appropriate … Continue reading Hot Lime Workshop


Traditional Mortars Symposium

York Jewbury, York, United Kingdom

Over the last 5 years, there has been a growing awareness of the historic ubiquity of earthlime and hot mixed lime mortars and a renewed emphasis upon like-for-like repair of traditional buildings, as well as important research into the character and performance, as well as the historic precedence, of Natural Hydraulic Lime Mortars.  Like-for-like and … Continue reading Traditional Mortars Symposium

ICON 2019 Conference: New Perspectives: Contemporary Conservation Thinking and Practice


12- 15 June 2019 Belfast #Icon19 provides the platform we need to engage with the latest developments in conservation of cultural heritage – to exchange knowledge, network with colleagues new and old, to support each other in our professional development and promote professional standards of conservation across the UK! The Conference theme will explore the latest … Continue reading ICON 2019 Conference: New Perspectives: Contemporary Conservation Thinking and Practice

Cantabria Traditional Architecture Summer School 2019

Valderredible, Cantabria Valderredible, Cantabria, Spain

Local traditional urbanism, architecture and building details will be studied in order to create a preservation and new traditional building manual for the area and, based on it, to design upgrade proposals for different public places of the town. Participants will have the chance to share ideas and work together with faculty and students from … Continue reading Cantabria Traditional Architecture Summer School 2019


RIBA – Conservation Register 2024

Are you looking to submit your Conservation Register application in 2024? Do you need essential guidance for the application process? Are you unsure which level to apply for? Applying for the conservation register can be a daunting task, and this webinar aims to address some of the complexities of putting together an application. This course … Continue reading RIBA – Conservation Register 2024

£80 – £100

RIBA – Conservation Course Webinar Series – Spring 2024

The RIBA Conservation Course is an important step on the ladder towards a specialism in conservation. It will provide you with a framework of knowledge and understanding to support your decision-making process on projects and enable you to apply for recognition of your skills within the RIBA and other Conservation Accreditation Schemes. This course addresses … Continue reading RIBA – Conservation Course Webinar Series – Spring 2024

£588 – £735

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