About Conservation Wiki
The Edwardians and their houses.
Cut off from civilian life for over 900 years.
Communities, heritage and architecture. Book review.
The voluntary sector continues to shape the debate.
Oxford's impending disaster.
The extraordinary glory days can be the basis of their future.
The real economic impact of historic preservation.
Heritage on the edge?
Sir James Thornhill's masterpiece at Greenwich.
A glimpse of the possible. Book review.
Renaissance mansions, Parisian boulevards, and white cubist villas. Book review.
Britain’s heritage does not end at Dover.
From inns and coaching houses to boutiques.
The principles and art of the possible. Book review.
BT has revealed that almost 4,000 of its iconic red phone boxes across the UK are available for local communities to adopt for just £1.
On 26 March the IHBC, led by Prof. John Edwards, hosted a free one-hour CPD webinar ‘Introduction to Building Survey for Retrofit’ for sector professionals.
Greg Clark, writing an opinion piece for RICS, explores how good governance in cities pays dividends.
The Architectural Heritage Fund has issued a report on the first year of its ‘Transforming Places Through Heritage’ grants programme, funded by DCMS.
Europe’s star cities are scattered all over Europe but their perfect geometrical beauty can only be fully admired when seen from above.
The freely available Insight 1 series targets a wide range of cohorts who wish to gain an appreciation of practical heritage conservation.
The restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster is of ‘paramount importance’ according to the recent strategic review.
The IHBC's monthly CPD Circular showcases upcoming Events, Awards, Placements, Bursaries & Scholarships, Calls for Papers and more from across the UK and beyond.
The move of a 139 year old Victorian House through the streets of San Francisco drew an excited crowd of onlookers who came out to watch a truck slowly and carefully pull the historic house through the streets.
Historic England has published a new edition of its advice note on how local heritage listing and local heritage lists can be formally identified as part of the wider range of designation so that they can be taken into account in planning applications.