About Conservation Wiki
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.
Conservation and sustainability on the island of Gotland in Sweden.
Re-imagining a community and achieving reconciliation.
A well-thumbed copy should be on the shelves of all conservation practitioners.
Training through partnerships on practical projects.
The world heritage list has evolved to embrace built, cultural and natural heritage.
Whilst apparently confusing, German conservation is actually not that different.
The rise and fall of council housing. Book review.
Funding for future research programmes remains uncertain.
Book review. Bringing drab scenery and harshness of life into the realm of serious art.
Acknowledging and challenging the realms and interpretations of heritage.
More than just aesthetic and historic values and meanings.
An exciting and novel collaboration between the RIBA and the SPAB.
Hardy Plants and Plantings for Repton and Late Georgian Gardens (1780-1820).
One of the IHBC’s most populous Schools, the 2019 Nottingham School will be remembered for its combination authoritative speakers, urban experiences and accessible learning, including the IHBC’s Spotlights.
A UK parliamentary petition to Zero-rate VAT on deep retrofit/eco-refurbishment building works on all homes, has been launched, with a deadline of 8 January 2020.
The IHBC has launched two new Guidance Notes, on Retrofitting of Traditional Buildings and Climate Change and Older Buildings – Key Sources.
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) has announced the opening of the ‘Transforming Places Through Heritage’ fund, focussed on reinvigorating England’s high streets.
A race against devastation - a new exhibition chronicles the wartime work of the National Buildings Record – set up to capture a disappearing landscape.