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Dennis Rodwell reviews; Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability: international frameworks, national and local guidance.
1961 saw the publication of three important books about urban design that remain relevant today.
A collection of essays published by Historic England consider country houses from the perspective of material culture and consumption.
The dogged tenacity of a detective, and the calm demeanour of a diplomat.
The heritage significance of the historic prison estate.
The reconstruction of damaged religious buildings has given impetus to rebuilding the city’s communities.
Throughout the 20th century, Edinburgh and its council wavered between ‘conservative surgery’ and more sweeping solutions.
A planning appeal has been rejected because the appellant had not demonstrated ‘alacrity’.
In regions stricken by years of instability, the intangible aspects of liveability are fundamental.
Acknowledging the unique requirements of projects in historic environments.
Is the green belt the friend or enemy of historic buildings?
Restoring a severely decayed, Category A listed, hilltop Victorian water tower.
How to conserve a structure designed as a ruin.
IHBC President David McDonald is encouraging members to consider nominations for the newly launched Marsh Awards.
Church slams Belfast's £400m regen scheme due to ‘lack of attention to… preserving or enhancing character’.
HE publishes database to search for appeal and call-in decisions on planning permission affecting heritage assets and listed building consent in England.
The research relates to how the Historic Environment (Wales) Act 2016 can allow Welsh Ministers make regulations to give LAs new powers to issue ‘preservation notices’.
Key findings from the Scottish House Condition Survey (SHCS) 2016, include energy efficiency ratings, carbon emissions, Scottish Housing Quality Standard and disrepair.
Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority has deferred a decision on whether to grant planning permission for five new, affordable homes in Bainbridge for local people.
Briefings offer cutting-edge information to help both owners and building professionals.
England’s Local Government Association has responded to the provisional Local Government Finance Settlement published recently.