IHBC's Virtual Annual School 2021 MarketPlace stalls provide access to over 25 of the sector's most influential organisations. Book now to join!
IHBC’s 2021 virtual conference examines how we can best change and sustain places for the benefit of people, led by expert practitioners boasting international, national and local profiles and experiences.
The 2021 winners of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards have been announced.
England’s Housing Minister has announced a £1.1 million fund to test the use of digital tools and data standards across 10 local areas.
Created by the Local Authority Building Control (LABC), Front Door provides practical guidance on home improvements and renovations as well as technical advice on obtaining building control and planning approvals.
The Independent Commission established by the Governing Body of Oriel College on the memorials and legacy of Cecil Rhodes has reported.
A huge blaze has destroyed two Grade-II listed boatyards on a River Thames island.
The medieval shrine of St Amphibalus has been restored to its former glory, now with ‘a modern addition of a face wearing a face-mask to commemorate the shrine’s restoration project’ in the pandemic!
A section of the Ulster Canal, a disused canal in the border region of Monaghan and Fermanagh, will be restored and reopened as a public amenity more than 90 years after it was abandoned.
One of the most stunning Roman finds ever unearthed in Britain has been discovered on the site of a new housing development in a village near Scarborough.
Gregor Harvie hosts 4 webinars at the IHBC marketplace on Friday.
The revival of the public sphere in Toronto.
The resurgence of the British country house. Book review.
A thousand years of a royal palace. Book review.
The history of road dimensions.
Analytical sketches were at the heart of Leicester’s planning in the 1960s.
The influence of digital technologies on conservation.
One of England’s grandest country houses.
A varied portfolio of internationally recognised buildings.
Threatened by housing and expanding universities.
Can the dreaming spires accept new additions?
Reorganising ancient bathrooms and medieval wayfinding.
Improving facilities, accessibility and overall appearance.
The Edwardians and their houses.
Cut off from civilian life for over 900 years.
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To find an article, just type your subject into the search box. Conservation articles will appear first in the search results, then related articles form the rest of Designing Buildings Wiki. To create an article, first register, then click 'Create an article'. To add your article to Conservation Wiki, tick the 'Conservation' category at the end of the article before you save it. To add your profile to articles you write, just insert your signature. You can also edit and improve existing articles by clicking 'Edit this article'. If 'Edit this article' does not appear above an article, you may have reached your 5-edits-a-day limit, in which case, just register or log in to continue, or the article may have been protected by its author. If you want to comment on an article, click 'Add a comment' at the end of the article.
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