About Conservation Wiki
How to research a building when there are no primary sources.
A re-thatching project has supported a critically endangered skill.
The lost secrets of Victorian sacred space. Book review.
Lews Castle has been reinvented as a new cultural and heritage hub.
Plans to construct a full-scale replica of an ancient Scottish building type, the broch.
Prefab bungalows offered a chance for residents to progress in life. Book review.
Rich opportunities lie in the jigsaw of the Highlands and Islands.
Their survival against the odds is a remarkable feature of the City’s history.
Immersed, charmed and inspired on conservation’s front line.
The art of reconnection at 6 Burlington Gardens.
Ensuring memorials are presentable and inscriptions legible.
Opening up the space below the former Floral Hall.
Why was the Fountaine Hospital Almshouse built in such a sophisticated style?
Exploring local assets of community significance. Book review.
Wood-burning stoves should not be used in thatch-roofed buildings.
Book review of an architectural and social history.
Find the office locations of HESPR members – IHBC’s Historic Environment Service Provider Recognition (HESPR) scheme – using our map-based facility.
A landmark on a list of the UK’s most endangered buildings, Shotton steelworks’ Grade II-listed general office and clock tower, is to be brought back to life in Flintshire.
Rochdale Borough Council writes: Over the past year the number of traders regularly attending the market has halved and it is not financially viable.
The Climate Heritage Network (CHN) Global Launch is a two-day program devoted to urgently mobilizing the cultural heritage sector for climate action across the globe.
A swing bridge that was designed by Brunel is to be ‘saved’ with a £62,000 grant from Historic England.
On September 13th the Victorian Society announced its Top 10 Endangered buildings list.
An Open Culture article takes a look at the American Cities of New York, Los Angeles and Detroit comparing how they look now compared to the 1930s and 1940s.
Great Yarmouth’s 91 year old Venetian Waterways has been re-opened to the public following a £2.7 million regeneration project.
BBC news has reported on how the Grade II-listed mansion, Horncliffe Mansion in Rawtenstall has been ‘completely gutted’ after a fire tore through the derelict building.
England’s Heritage Open Days celebrates it’s 25th year with 25 new places opening their doors. Take advantage of a huge range of regular and one-off opportunities!