About Conservation Wiki
A tapestry of continued use, new use, preservation, dismantlement, dereliction and abandonment.
The quality of Cambridge owes as much to its open spaces as to its architectural uniqueness.
The same area of road can move 4,400 people an hour by car, 14,400 by bike, or 66,000 by tram.
Michael Scammell reviews ‘Traditional Homes of the South Downs National Park’, an introduction that will surprise, entertain and inform.
The proceedings of the second international conference on energy efficiency and comfort of historic buildings are made freely-available online.
Dennis Rodwell reviews; Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability: international frameworks, national and local guidance.
1961 saw the publication of three important books about urban design that remain relevant today.
A collection of essays published by Historic England consider country houses from the perspective of material culture and consumption.
The dogged tenacity of a detective, and the calm demeanour of a diplomat.
The heritage significance of the historic prison estate.
The reconstruction of damaged religious buildings has given impetus to rebuilding the city’s communities.
Throughout the 20th century, Edinburgh and its council wavered between ‘conservative surgery’ and more sweeping solutions.
A planning appeal has been rejected because the appellant had not demonstrated ‘alacrity’.
Secure low-cost ‘early-bird’ places and share heritage, conservation and EYCH 2018 across CPD talks, tours and networks, June 21/22/23!
Chairs of the IHBC and of COTAC signed an MoU to ‘help build capacity across the sector’ in London on 21 February 2018.
The IHBC has submitted its response on the consultation draft from Historic England (HE) on its revised ‘Guidance on Conservation Principles’.
Am Fasgadh Regeneration Company, Kingussie, seeks design team for project valued at £350K, closing 19/03.
Council report recommending demolition of 26 Dundee flats was ‘seriously misleading’.
HE has issued its February Planning Bulletin update, including curtilage guidance launch update, currently under review by the IHBC.
CADW’s most recent publications and best practice guidance on the sustainable management of the Welsh historic environment are available online.
MHCLG’s consultation sets out circumstances when a pre-commencement planning condition can be imposed without the written agreement of the applicant.
Liverpool Council, with the government and Historic England, has drafted a report on its proposed measures to persuade UNESCO to remove the site from ‘in danger’ list.