A section has fallen away and landed in the River Cocker below, including the back walls over three floors, sections of flooring and parts of the roof.
Starting with a survey in 1986, the 'topping out' ceremony took place 7 Sep 2023.
Following a fire, engineers confirmed that the building faced complete demolition.
Wales’ Gwrych Castle has a funding lifeline from the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) as part of its Covid-19 Response Fund
Interactive 3D models have been created of the 29 surviving 'dinosaurs' in Palace Park, South London.
The Forth Bridge is one of the engineering wonders of the world. From the Engine Shed HES, find out more about how this incredible structure was built and what the conservation challenges are today.
A clock tower which stood in Stirling for 117 years has been controversially and dramatically demolished by the local council over safety fears
This guide is designed to be both inspirational and educational, providing the information and creative stimulation needed for successful completion of a natural stone project.
The issue explores the diverse facets of conservation of World Heritage Sites from across our globe.
The innovative project will be an exemplar of reuse and retrofit of an existing building.
The last of the Victorians. Book review.
An exotic name that is shrouded in mystery.
The Great Transformation 1860–1920. Book review.
Including the devolved governments, IHBC, CIOB, ECA and CPRE.
A lifeline to the communities along its length.
A missed opportunity for research and policy analysis.
Last chance to take part in consultation.
With descriptions from Government, Parliament & HE.
Nicholas Barbon, and the bricks of Victorian London. Book reviews.
Expressing ideas of value to all humanity.
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) is the professional body for building conservation practitioners and historic environment experts.
With services and practice standards focussed on professionalism and continuing professional development (CPD) the IHBC provides resources for members as well as the wider public:
helps you find a knowledgeable professional
alerts to quality job openings in the sector
updates on sector news
notifies of upcoming training, events, and other sector opportunities
find out more about IHBC membership.
The IHBC exists to establish, develop, and maintain the highest standards of conservation practice, to support the effective protection and enhancement of the historic environment, and to promote heritage-led regeneration and access to the historic environment for all.
Organised through a network of regional and national branches throughout the UK, IHBC members come from a range of professional disciplines in the public, private, and voluntary sectors, including conservation officers, planners, architects, engineers, regeneration practitioners, academics, and more. Find out more on how to join the IHBC.
 About Conservation Wiki
Conservation Wiki is part of the Designing Buildings Wiki platform created to make construction industry knowledge freely available to everyone. Anyone can create articles about subjects they know and find articles about subjects they don't.
Conservation Wiki is operated by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. It provides a platform for sharing knowledge about the conservation of the built and historic environment, including traditional and modern buildings, conservation areas, historic high streets, and more.
To find an article, just type your subject into the search box. Conservation articles will appear first in the search results, then related articles form the rest of Designing Buildings Wiki. To create an article, first register, then click 'Create an article'. To add your article to Conservation Wiki, tick the 'Conservation' category at the end of the article before you save it. To add your profile to articles you write, just insert your signature. You can also edit and improve existing articles by clicking 'Edit this article'. If 'Edit this article' does not appear above an article, you may have reached your 5-edits-a-day limit, in which case, just register or log in to continue, or the article may have been protected by its author. If you want to comment on an article, click 'Add a comment' at the end of the article.
Where there are articles on Conservation Wiki that are owned and maintained by the IHBC, they are protected from editing and linked to their original source on the IHBC website. Comments on these articles can be emailed to IHBC’s Professional Services Officer, Michael Netter, at [email protected]. Other articles on Conservation Wiki do not necessarily reflect IHBC policy or practice.