About Conservation Wiki
Conservation in the heritage cities of Venice and Liverpool.
An overlooked architect who deserves to be celebrated for his wide range of buildings.
Technological advancement and professionalisation have brought new ways to investigate, analyse and interpret.
A symbiotic relationship has developed between the TT Races and the island’s landscape.
The Isle of Man’s naturally-occurring materials and distinctive building techniques.
A survey of Leicester’s historic buildings resulted in local listing being taken more seriously.
Bristol’s oldest building still in everyday use.
Manx architecture is distinctive, but its buildings are at risk from neglect.
The rich archaeology of the Isle of Man is an important part of its cultural heritage.
From the sinister Carceri d’Invenzione to the triple portrait of Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn and his Grand Tour travelling companions.
A woodcarver whose work can be seen in more than 300 churches in Devon and Cornwall.
Book review: The vertebrate architecture of one of the most important practices of the 20th century.
Gustavo Giovannoni’s role in integrating modern planning requirements into historic town centres.
With low fees to no fees IHBC membership offers great value for the progression of your heritage career, job or trade.
IHBC supports Civic Voice 2018 conference
‘How can we balance conservation and regeneration?’ takes place in Birmingham on 19/20 Oct and the IHBC is delighted to host a stand for delegates across both days.
image: By Mramoeba – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=53705569
IHBC’s Conservation Wiki re-posts from our membership journal on post-war mass housing with DBW offering a briefing on prefabrication.
DBW offers a new briefing on environmental management plans which are an essential tool for setting and managing environmental objectives for a project.
Local Government Lawyer reports on the Court of Appeal’s judgement on the general principles of considering the setting of listed buildings and the effect of developments.
Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) is seeking data and case studies for the next Scottish Historic Environment Audit.
Written submissions are invited, with a deadline of 1pm on Tuesday 9 October 2018.
image: Parliamentary copyright images are reproduced with the permission of Parliament
Historic Environment Scotland is seeking assistance with views on conserving historic plasterwork in Scotland, in a survey commissioned from Adams Napier Partnership.
England’s DCMS and Office for Civil Society have issued a strategy setting out long term plans to create a country that works for everyone’, the first such strategy in 15 years.
A careers campaign launched by the new president of the Landscape Institute(LI), Adam White, aims to address urgent skills shortages in the landscape profession.
Alan Jones will take over the two-year presidential term from Ben Derbyshire next year (1/09/2019) while from 1/09/2018 he will officially become RIBA President Elect.
image: RIBA website
The RIBA has announced that the first standards for architecture apprenticeships have been approved, for both architectural assistant and architect roles.
Manchester Civic Society, through Steve Speakman, chairman, is issuing a legal challenge to planning permission for the tower block within a conservation area, supported by SAVE.
Ways to make cities more gender inclusive were discussed at the APPG event, ‘Designing Feminist Cities’, on 19 July at ICE’s London headquarters.