About Conservation Wiki
Review of the bible for heritage assets and their management.
Dealing with marginalised heritage at Dumbarton Rock.
Can democratising heritage and balancing budgets coexist?
Drawings of an unbuilt design for Rouen Cathedral – book review.
Assembling, curating, caring for, and designing the future.
A conversation between David Mitchell and Caitlin DeSilvey.
How historic preservation is reviving America’s communities. IHBC book review.
How research can provide a better understanding of technology in historic buildings.
An ethnographic approach to conservation of the historic environment.
One of the Isle of Man’s best 1960s buildings.
Despite the reduction in staffing, most users remain satisfied with the service.
John Betjeman described it as one of the ‘noblest medieval barns in the whole of England’.
It is 50 years since the Town and Country Planning Act introduced effective protection for listed buildings.
An artist finds ruined and decaying buildings a source of inspiration for his work. Book review.
How the risk of collapse of fibrous plaster ceilings is being addressed in theatres.
The last few years have seen renewed interest in traditional mortars and hot mixing.
Architects, stuccatori and the eighteenth-century interior. IHBC book review.
James Innerdale, on sensitive intervention for flood resilience, & Helen Brownlie, on dealing with the after effects of flood particularly in Cockermouth.
IHBC HESPR top pick from £250K+ costed work
Chartered landscape architect sought for Sydney Gardens, Bath, closing 01/03, value £47k.
In a successful prosecution by Chorley Council the judge highlighted the ‘public duty to ensure people don’t just ignore the listing of buildings’.
BPT launches crowdfund call to support challenges poor planning decisions in Bath
Bath Preservation Trust launches crowdfunding campaign to establish a ‘legal fighting fund’ to enable it challenge poor or irrational planning decisions in Bath...
The Consultation Institute has updated on how planning bodies have submitted strong objections to government proposals to further relax permitted development (PD) rights.