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This is a list of articles on Conservation Wiki that were created by The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), and the date that they were added to Conservation Wiki.


  1. IHBC respond to Parliamentary Committee on Levelling-Up and Regeneration Bill. August 2022
  2. Landownership in England in 1909. August 2022
  3. The restoration of Thiepval. August 2022
  4. Cemetourism. July 2022
  5. Glasgow's journey to 2030. July 2022
  6. Consultation on Conservation Professional Practice Principles. July 2022
  7. Noble Ambitions: the fall and rise of the post-war country house. July 2022
  8. Neighbourhood plans and heritage. July 2022
  9. The architecture of British bridges. July 2022
  10. Sensory and emotional histories of the high street. July 2022
  11. England's seaside heritage from the air. July 2022
  12. Redeveloping Nottingham Broadmarsh. July 2022
  13. Social Housing Retrofit Accelerator BEIS. July 2022
  14. Walter Segal: self-built architect. July 2022
  15. Funding for heritage on the high street. July 2022
  16. Palaces of revolution: life, death and art at the Stuart court. June 2022
  17. Real estate, place adaptation and innovation within an integrated retailing system. June 2022
  18. IHBC's 25th anniversary 2022 Aberdeen School. June 2022
  19. Climate change and heritage. June 2022
  20. Bristol Joint Station. June 2022
  21. E-learning and the heritage sector. June 2022
  22. Heritage, the human dimension. June 2022
  23. Heritage practice in England for balanced growth. June 2022
  24. Conservation as care. June 2022
  25. IHBC welcomes MPs report on building to net zero. May 2022
  26. Conservation of historic schools in India. May 2022
  27. Public consultation and engagement in Gloucester. May 2022
  28. Heritage protection framework in England vs Australia. May 2022
  29. Restoring Broadbent's Bath House. May 2022
  30. Liverpool's world heritage site status – who is to blame? May 2022
  31. IHBC accreditation recognised by Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS). May 2022
  32. Delisting Liverpool world heritage site. May 2022.
  33. Repairing the Iron Bridge. May 2022.
  34. Digging Bath Stone: a quarry and transport history. May 2022.
  35. Forthampton Court. May 2022.
  36. IHBC 25 years old. April 2022
  37. Warm homes programme. April 2022 ‎
  38. SOS Brutalism: a global survey. April 2022.
  39. Experiencing historic towns from the River Severn. April 2022.
  40. Powis Castle. April 2022.
  41. Barracks, Forts and Ramparts: regeneration challenges for Portsmouth Harbour's defence heritage. April 2022.
  42. Repurposing the Green Belt in the 21st Century. April 2022.
  43. Warm homes programme. April 2022.
  44. The heritage of the lock islands. April 2022.
  45. Mid-rise urban living. April 2022.
  46. The Severn navigation. April 2022.
  47. Heritage on the edge. March 2022
  48. Wrought iron, yesterday and today. March 2022.
  49. Care for your church and church property. March 2022.
  50. Kurt Schwitters. March 2022.
  51. Magdeburg Cathedral. March 2022.
  52. Heritage on the edge event. March 2022.
  53. The anatomy of dissent. March 2022.
  54. The extensive urban survey 30 years on. March 2022.
  55. Architectural Regeneration. March 2022.
  56. Churches and the amenity societies. March 2022.
  57. Values in Heritage Management: Emerging approaches and research directions. February 2022.
  58. Wentworth Woodhouse. February 2022.
  59. England's Co-operative Movement: an architectural history. February 2022.
  60. Aberdeenshire and the North East of Scotland Preservation Trust. February 2022.
  61. Heritage Under Pressure: threats and solutions - studies of agency and soft power in the historic environment. February 2022.
  62. Scotland's Town Partnership. February 2022.
  63. Purbeck stone. February 2022.
  64. The Hydro Electric Station on the River Dee. February 2022.
  65. Four decades of SAVE campaigns. January 2022.
  66. Commons Committee report on High Street support addresses evidence submitted by IHBC. January 2022.
  67. Stealing from the Saracens: how Islamic architecture shaped Europe. January 2022
  68. Saving Dick Nunn's bridge. January 2022
  69. Bronze Behaving Badly: principles of conservation for bronze objects. January 2022
  70. The potential of community-led heritage. January 2022
  71. Managing Historic Cities: World Heritage Papers 27. January 2022
  72. London’s West End Cinemas. January 2022
  73. Peterborough and its villages in detail. January 2022
  74. Industrial Heritage Re-tooled: the TICCIH guide to industrial heritage conservation. January 2022
  75. Oak-Framed Buildings. December 2021.
  76. Practical Building Conservation: Conservation Basics. December 2021.
  77. IHBC-SAHGB announce 2021 annual research award winner. December 2021.
  78. The Oxford Dictionary of Architecture: third edition. December 2021.
  79. Architectural Details: a visual guide to 5,000 years of building styles. December 2021.
  80. Who Needs Experts? Countermapping cultural heritage. December 2021.
  81. The Angel Roofs of East Anglia. December 2021.
  82. Romanesque Architecture. December 2021.
  83. Origins of Classical Architecture. December 2021.
  84. The sad demise of Clandon Park. December 2021.
  85. An island on the edge. December 2021.
  86. IHBC responds to supporting defence infrastructure and the future of time-limited permitted development rights. December 2021.
  87. C of E buildings and their volunteers. November 2021.
  88. Traditional dwellings of Dajun. November 2021.
  89. IHBC responds to Review of the Mission and Pastoral Measure 2011. November 2021.
  90. Who do heritage values belong to? November 2021.
  91. Conserving terracotta. November 2021.
  92. The history and conservation of terracotta. November 2021.
  93. The influence of geology on English brickmaking. November 2021.
  94. Cleaning brickwork, faience and terracotta. November 2021.
  95. Lime plaster. November 2021.
  96. Earth plaster. November 2021.
  97. IHBC COP26 podcasts. November 2021.
  98. Mud brick in Iran. October 2021.
  99. Vernacular earthen architecture. October 2021.
  100. Sustainability and Conservation of the Historic Built Environment - an IHBC Position Statement. October 2021
  101. Conservation for a planet in peril. October 2021
  102. IHBC responds to Conservation Principles for North Ireland‎. October 2021
  103. IHBC COP26 virtual Conservation Helpdesk+. October 2021.
  104. Revisiting Buckminster Fuller. October 2021.
  105. Conserving Manchester's Albert Square and Memorial. October 2021.
  106. World Heritage and Sustainable Development: new directions in world heritage development. October 2021.
  107. Shrines of British and Irish saints in Germany. October 2021.
  108. Saint Michael's Kirkyard, Dumfries: a Presbyterian Valhalla. September 2021
  109. Digital media and the post-pandemic town. September 2021
  110. IHBC responds to Energy Company Obligation ECO4 and PAS 2035. September 2021.
  111. Video gaming technology and heritage. September 2021
  112. Using drones for inspection and survey. August 2021.
  113. The Architecture of British Seaside Piers. August 2021.
  114. PAS 2038 and older buildings. August 2021.
  115. Innovation and investigation at the Hill House. August 2021
  116. The Creeping Plague of Ghastly Facadism. August 2021
  117. Digital modelling for retrofit. August 2021
  118. Digital technology in the historic environment. August 2021
  119. BIM for heritage asset management. August 2021
  120. Guidance on Alterations to Listed Buildings. August 2021
  121. Conservation area review and management. July 2021
  122. Memorials and public parks. July 2021
  123. WH Crossland: an architectural biography. July 2021
  124. Restoring Orleans House Octagon. July 2021
  125. Oxford College Gardens and Cambridge College Gardens. July 2021
  126. London Historic Buildings Trust resilient heritage project. July 2021
  127. The English Folly: the edifice complex. July 2021
  128. Traditional straw thatching in times of shortage. July 2021
  129. New neighbours in Hyattsville. July 2021.
  130. Understanding context. June 2021.
  131. Becoming Jane Jacobs. June 2021.
  132. The revival of the public square. June 2021.
  133. 2020 IHBC Gus Astley Student Awards. June 2021.
  134. The history of the dimensions and design of roads, streets and carriageways. June 2021
  135. Heritage and urban design in Tamaki Makaurau / Auckland. June 2021
  136. Windsor Castle: a thousand years of a royal palace. May 2021
  137. Kenneth Browne and townscape in Leicester. May 2021
  138. The influence of digital technologies on conservation. May 2021
  139. IHBC 2021 Heritage MarketPlace. May 2021.
  140. Data sought for IHBC listed buildings prosecutions database. May 2021.
  141. IHBC Annual School 2021. May 2021.
  142. Conserving Stowe. May 2021
  143. Oxford conservation projects. May 2021
  144. Oxford's open spaces. April 2021.
  145. Intensifying development in Oxford. April 2021.
  146. Reorganising and conserving Oxford's Mitre site. April 2021.
  147. Conserving the Hilda Besse Building. April 2021.
  148. The Edwardians and Their Houses: the new life of old England. April 2021.
  149. Oxford Castle. April 2021.
  150. Rescue and Reuse: communities, heritage and architecture. April 2021.
  151. The voluntary sector and the planning of Oxford. April 2021.
  152. London Bridge and its houses, c1209-1761. March 2021.
  153. The consequences of planning reform for Oxford. March 2021.
  154. HEF and HE publish Heritage Recovery Plan. March 2021.
  155. The need for skills: The heritage perspective. March 2021. (2011 article)
  156. Oxford: adapt, change and grow. March 2021.
  157. The valleys - past, present, future. March 2021
  158. Heritage conservation and the sustainability of cities. March 2021.
  159. Aberdeenshire: heritage on the edge? February 2021.
  160. High streets heritage action zones. February 2021.
  161. The Painted Hall: Sir James Thornhill's masterpiece at Greenwich. February 2021.
  162. New Towns: the rise, fall and rebirth. February 2021.
  163. The Architecture of Inverness: an illustrated architectural guide. January 2021.
  164. Commonwealth Heritage Forum. January 2021.
  165. The history of hotels. January 2021.
  166. A new purpose for the Horlicks Factory. January 2021.
  167. Alterations to listed buildings guidance note. January 2021.
  168. Conservation Engineering: a collection of casework, Volume 1. January 2021.
  169. The Co-op: horse and cart to hypermarket. January 2021.
  170. CPP APPG holds first public inquiry. January 2021.
  171. The changing face of the English pub. January 2021.
  172. Industrial Heritage Protection and Redevelopment. December 2020
  173. Incredible Edible Todmorden. December 2020
  174. Significance and heritage protection at Cambridge Market. December 2020
  175. Cambridge market. December 2020
  176. The Pattern of Traditional Roofing. November 2020
  177. Hull. November 2020
  178. The decline and revival of food markets. November 2020
  179. Traditional buildings health check - pilot project review. November 2020
  180. CIAT shares IHBC research into LA conservation service capacity. November 2020.
  181. Negotiating listed building consent. November 2020
  182. Technical Paper 32 – A Data Driven Approach to Understanding Historic Mortars in Scotland. November 2020
  183. The Walled City Lighting Project. November 2020
  184. Repairing historic buildings. November 2020
  185. Productive placemaking. November 2020
  186. Local Authority Conservation Staffing Resources in England 2020. October 2020
  187. 2020 Vision: Planning in a post-COVID world. October 2020
  188. Astley Castle. October 2020
  189. Heritage at risk register 2020. October 2020
  190. Characterising and capturing the diversity of place. October 2020
  191. Digital techniques for heritage restoration. October 2020
  192. DCMS Culture Secretary comments on HM Government position on contested heritage. October 2020.
  193. Protecting cultural heritage during armed conflict. October 2020
  194. Earthquakes and the seismic strengthening of churches. September 2020
  195. Preparing traditional buildings for climate change. September 2020.
  196. Skara Brae and Scotland's dynamic coast. September 2020.
  197. Heritage risk management strategies in the EU. September 2020.
  198. New UK Conservation, People and Places APPG launches. September 2020.
  199. IHBC CREATIVE Conservation Fund. September 2020.
  200. The Manor House, Bracondale. August 2020
  201. The Scots reed thatching tradition. August 2020
  202. Herbert Rowse. August 2020
  203. The repair and restoration of Manchester Town Hall. August 2020
  204. Building Construction in Britain from 600AD to 1890. August 2020
  205. Repairing the Hamilton Monument. August 2020
  206. Kempe: the life, art and legacy of Charles Eamer Kempe. August 2020
  207. Birkenhead. August 2020
  208. Modernist Architecture: international concepts come to Britain. August 2020
  209. Conserving Burns Monument. August 2020
  210. Living Buildings. Architectural Conservation: philosophy, principles and practice. July 2020
  211. Curated decay. July 2020
  212. Assessing moisture in porous building materials. July 2020
  213. Restoration Stories: patina and paint in old London houses. July 2020
  214. London Borough of Enfield's heritage strategy. July 2020
  215. Walled kitchen gardens of the Isle of Wight. July 2020
  216. A heritage partnership agreement for King's Cross Station. July 2020
  217. IHBC and ALGAO sign Memorandum of Understanding. June 2020.
  218. Art Deco Britain: buildings of the interwar years. June 2020
  219. Ireland's climate change sectoral adaptation plan. June 2020
  220. Securing Urban Heritage: agents, access, and securitization. June 2020
  221. The role of architectural conservation officers in the Republic of Ireland, 2000-2020. June 2020
  222. No Little Plans: How government built America's wealth and infrastructure. June 2020
  223. Conservation and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. June 2020
  224. Modernist Estates - Europe: the buildings and the people who live in them today. June 2020
  225. Restoration v repair. June 2020
  226. British Embassies: Their diplomatic and architectural history. May 2020
  227. The Buildings of Ireland. May 2020
  228. Bandstands: pavilions for music, entertainment, and leisure. May 2020
  229. 14 Henrietta Street Museum. May 2020
  230. Retrofit and traditional approaches to comfort. May 2020
  231. Making Dystopia. May 2020
  232. The development of Irish building conservation. May 2020
  233. Lewes Neighbourhood Plan. May 2020
  234. Historic steel-framed windows. May 2020
  235. 100 years of the Bauhaus. May 2020
  236. FWB and Mary Charles Chartered Architects. May 2020
  237. The Stone Restoration Handbook. Apr 2020
  238. Milton Keynes. Apr 2020
  239. Harlow new town. Apr 2020
  240. Garden communities and the historic environment. Apr 2020
  241. Cities of the North. Apr 2020
  242. New towns heritage. Apr 2020
  243. French new towns. Mar 2020
  244. Listing of Sainsbury's supermarket in Camden Town. Mar 2020
  245. Post-war new towns in Germany. Mar 2020
  246. Cynical vandalism of a deserted medieval village in Withybrook. Feb 2020
  247. Bletchley Park restoration. Jan 2020
  248. Historical versus Modern: Identity through imitation. Jan 2020
  249. Sweeping building safety measures announced. Jan 2020
  250. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Jan 2020
  251. Can the heritage of Europe help to integrate the UK. Dec 2019
  252. Heritage value. Dec 2019
  253. Local Plan Route Mapper and toolkit. Dec 2019
  254. Marketing heritage assets. Dec 2019
  255. Methodology for moisture investigations in traditional buildings. Dec 2019
  256. Towards a radical eclecticism. Dec 2019
  257. A review of Scotland's historic lighthouses. Nov 2019
  258. Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs. Nov 2019
  259. French new towns. Nov 2019
  260. Historic Cities: issues in urban conservation. Nov 2019
  261. Impact of independent museums locally and nationally. Nov 2019
  262. JW Evans silverware factory. Nov 2019
  263. New architecture of Scotland’s west coast. Nov 2019
  264. Replacing lanterns and overthrows in Great Pulteney Street. Nov 2019
  265. Scotland’s new guide on managing climate-change risk to historic sites. Nov 2019
  266. Scottish government intervention in market-led regeneration. Nov 2019
  267. Socialist realism in a post-war Czechoslovak new town. Nov 2019
  268. Strategic urban design and the conservation team. Nov 2019
  269. The redevelopment of Leicester's sewerage system by Joseph Gordon. Nov 2019
  270. United Free Church of Scotland: Design for Manses in the Highland Districts. Nov 2019
  271. Engaging communities in our Highlands and Islands. Oct 2019
  272. Inspiring creativity in heritage and the creative industries. Oct 2019
  273. Lord Leverhulme on Lewis and Harris. Oct 2019
  274. Orkney gables. Oct 2019
  275. Researching the history of Fountaine Hospital Almshouse. Oct 2019
  276. Re-thatching a Hebridean blackhouse. Oct 2019
  277. Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings. Oct 2019
  278. Southwark Council's programme of rooftop housing development. Oct 2019
  279. Unlocking the Church: the lost secrets of Victorian sacred space. Oct 2019
  280. 6 Burlington Gardens. Sep 2019
  281. Boom Cities: architect-planners and the politics of urban renewal in 1960s Britain. Sep 2019
  282. Caithness Broch Project. Sep 2019
  283. Conservation in the Highlands and Islands. Sep 2019
  284. Heritage case studies from Scotland. Sep 2019
  285. Historic high streets to receive £95m boost. Sep 2019
  286. Old Buildings, New Architecture. Sep 2019
  287. PAS 2035. Sep 2019
  288. Prefab bungalows. Sep 2019
  289. The challenges and opportunities of conservation in the Highlands and Islands. Sep 2019
  290. The iron roof at the Albert Dock. Sep 2019
  291. The Livery Halls of the City of London. Sep 2019
  292. The Victorian Society's Top 10 Endangered buildings 2019. Sep 2019
  293. The World Recast: 70 buildings from 70 years of Concrete Quarterly. Sep 2019
  294. War memorials. Sep 2019
  295. Caring for war memorials. Aug 2019
  296. Characterising Neighbourhoods: exploring local assets of community significance. Aug 2019
  297. Conservation of Architectural Ironwork. Aug 2019
  298. Conserving Europeanness. Aug 2019
  299. Fountaine Hospital Almshouse. Aug 2019
  300. Opening up at Covent Garden. Aug 2019
  301. The British Mosque: an architectural and social history. Aug 2019
  302. Visby as a historic urban landscape. Aug 2019
  303. A Steeplejack's View of Life. Jul 2019
  304. An art deco cinema on wartime Orkney. Jul 2019
  305. Brexit and UK research into cultural heritage. Jul 2019
  306. Conserving structures in historic designed landscapes. Jul 2019
  307. Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust. Jul 2019
  308. Harmonising heritage in the Nordic countries. Jul 2019
  309. Municipal Dreams: the rise and fall of council housing. Jul 2019
  310. Post-war rebuilding. Jul 2019
  311. Royal Ordnance Factories. Jul 2019
  312. Seashaken Houses: A lighthouse history from Eddystone to Fastnet. Jul 2019
  313. Second world war heritage at sea. Jul 2019
  314. The Dukes of Normandy and the second world war. Jul 2019
  315. The New Tenement: residences in the inner city since 1970. Jul 2019
  316. Waterfronts Revisited: European ports in a historic and global perspective. Jul 2019
  317. 2019 Gus Astley Student Awards. Jun 2019
  318. Hardy Plants and Plantings for Repton and Late Georgian Gardens (1780-1820). Jun 2019
  319. Heritage and Brexit. Jun 2019
  320. Heritage protection in Ireland. Jun 2019
  321. International heritage policy. Jun 2019
  322. New Design for Old Buildings. Jun 2019
  323. Conservation in action at the Engine Shed. May 2019
  324. Conserving and managing historic designed landscapes. May 2019
  325. Dorchester on Thames neighbourhood development plan. May 2019
  326. Durham Cathedral's Open Treasure project. May 2019
  327. England's Railway Heritage from the Air. May 2019
  328. Our Town Hall, Manchester. May 2019
  329. Shared heritage from a social perspective. May 2019
  330. Shared space: people, traffic and historic townscape. May 2019
  331. Sharing local authority conservation services. May 2019
  332. Technology in the Country House. May 2019
  333. The Story of Kensington Palace. May 2019
  334. Titanic Quarter. May 2019
  335. Value in the view: conserving historic urban views. May 2019
  336. Future of seaside towns. Apr 2019
  337. Notre Dame, a conservation perspective. Apr 2019
  338. Chapels of England: buildings of protestant nonconformity. Mar 2019
  339. Chinese Wallpaper in Britain and Ireland. Mar 2019
  340. Crittall metal windows. Mar 2019
  341. Culture: Urban Future. Mar 2019
  342. Port Sunlight's local listed building order. Mar 2019
  343. The benefits of investing in heritage at risk. Mar 2019
  344. The Devetaki Project. Mar 2019
  345. Conservation, climbing and graffiti. Feb 2019
  346. Walking interviews. Feb 2019
  347. Working with volunteers to care for heritage. Feb 2019
  348. Alternative futures for heritage. Jan 2019
  349. Building a Crossing Tower: a design for Rouen Cathedral of 1516. Jan 2019
  350. The Past and Future City. Jan 2019
  351. Sourcing stone to repair Exeter Cathedral. Sept 2018
  352. An ethnographic approach to conservation. Dec 2018
  353. Douglas Sea Terminal Building. Dec 2018
  354. Impact of heritage sector local authority funding cuts in south west England. Dec 2018
  355. Restoring the Palace of Westminster's ventilation system. Dec 2018
  356. The 18th century schooner Peggy. Dec 2018
  357. The Great Barn of 1425-27 at Harmondsworth, Middlesex. Dec 2018
  358. Hot-mixed mortars: the new lime revival. Nov 2018
  359. Inspecting historic fibrous plaster ceilings. Nov 2018
  360. The lost house revisited. Nov 2018
  361. Town and Country Planning Act 1968. Nov 2018
  362. Making Magnificence: architects, stuccatori and the eighteenth-century interior. Oct 2018
  363. Mortar analysis for specifiers. Oct 2018
  364. Stone consolidants. Oct 2018
  365. 100 Sustainable Scottish Buildings. Sep 2018
  366. Are works to listed buildings demolition or alteration?. Sep 2018
  367. Finding stone to conserve historic buildings. Sep 2018
  368. Armitage Rigby. Aug 2018
  369. Building archaeology and conservation. Aug 2018
  370. Castle Rushen Quarterdeck. Aug 2018
  371. Conservation in the heritage cities of Venice and Liverpool. Aug 2018
  372. IHBC response to revised NPPF. Jul 2018
  373. St James's Priory, Bristol. Jul 2018
  374. The architecture of the Isle of Man. Jul 2018
  375. The TT races and the landscape. Jul 2018
  376. Traditional construction materials on the Isle of Man. Jul 2018
  377. 10,000 years of settlement on the Isle of Man. Jun 2018
  378. Floorscape in art and design. Jun 2018
  379. Practical Building Conservation: Earth, Brick and Terracotta. Jun 2018
  380. Private rented sector regulations and traditional buildings. Jun 2018
  381. Violet Pinwill, woodcarver. Jun 2018
  382. Glossary of paving terms. May 2018
  383. Gustavo Giovannoni on planning in historic towns. May 2018
  384. Howell Killick Partridge and Amis. May 2018
  385. Penarth Alabaster. May 2018
  386. Coal holes, pavement lights, kerbs and utilities and wood-block paving. Apr 2018
  387. Floors of the great medieval churches. Apr 2018
  388. IHBC responds to conservation critique. Apr 2018
  389. Photographing Historic Buildings. Apr 2018
  390. Britain's historic paving. Mar 2018
  391. Britain's Lost Churches. Mar 2018
  392. Heritage, Conservation and Communities. Mar 2018
  393. The history of listed buildings. Mar 2018
  394. Congestion in historic cities. Feb 2018
  395. The conservation of historic transport infrastructure. Feb 2018
  396. The landscapes of Cambridge. Feb 2018
  397. Traditional Homes of the South Downs National Park: an introduction. Feb 2018
  398. Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings. Jan 2018
  399. The Country House: material culture and consumption. Jan 2018
  400. Towns and cities in history. Jan 2018
  401. Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability. Jan 2018
  402. What makes a heritage-at-risk officer. Jan 2018
  403. Conservative surgery in Edinburgh. Dec 2017
  404. Rebuilding and reconciliation in Homs. Dec 2017
  405. The creative re-use of historic prisons. Dec 2017
  406. Conserving Ruchill Hospital water tower. Nov 2017
  407. IHBC warn government on retrofitting older homes. Nov 2017
  408. Liveable Yangon: for whom?. Nov 2017
  409. Reconciling conservation and sustainable development. Nov 2017
  410. The green belt and historic buildings. Nov 2017
  411. Car parking in conservation areas. Oct 2017
  412. Conservation as action and reaction. Oct 2017
  413. Planning for sustainable historic places. Oct 2017
  414. Small vernacular agricultural buildings in Wales. Oct 2017
  415. Space, Hope and Brutalism. Oct 2017
  416. Wimpole Gothic Tower conservation. Oct 2017
  417. Gardens Trust. Sep 2017
  418. Thermography for traditional buildings. Sep 2017
  419. Understanding the performance of solid walls. Sep 2017
  420. Energy efficiency for the National Trust. Aug 2017
  421. Energy-related retrofits of buildings and urban areas, a comparison between Germany and the UK. Aug 2017
  422. How to deal with retrofit risks. Aug 2017
  423. Understanding dampness. Aug 2017
  424. Fitness for purpose in listing considerations. Jul 2017
  425. Harrogate in 1988. Jul 2017
  426. Mr Barry's War. Jul 2017
  427. Scotland's Homes Fit for Heroes. Jul 2017
  428. The Each Home Counts report and traditional buildings. Jul 2017
  429. Capacity-building grants support management of the historic environment. Jun 2017
  430. Community engagement in conservation. Jun 2017
  431. Conservation areas and protecting open space. Jun 2017
  432. How to make conservation areas work. Jun 2017
  433. Is conservation area policy fit for purpose 50 years on. Jun 2017
  434. Restoring Clitheroe Pinnacle. Jun 2017
  435. After the Fire: London churches in the age of Wren, Hooke, Hawksmoor and Gibbs. May 2017
  436. Chester, conservation as positive action. May 2017
  437. Civic Amenities Act. May 2017
  438. Compulsory purchase orders for listed buildings. May 2017
  439. Conservation in Chester. May 2017
  440. Conserving Cornish harbours. May 2017
  441. Education, training and standards for 21st century conservation professionals. May 2017
  442. Heritage perspectives on infrastructure. May 2017
  443. Integrating conservation in multi-disciplinary consultancies. May 2017
  444. Manor Farmhouse listed building prosecution. May 2017
  445. Recording old industrial sites. May 2017
  446. The history of conservation areas. May 2017
  447. The work of Delyn Borough Council in rehabilitating Greenfield Valley Heritage Park. May 2017
  448. Wall insulation and moisture risk. May 2017
  449. The conservation challenge facing Ireland’s industrial heritage. Mar 2017
  450. Energy efficiency of traditional buildings. Feb 2017
  451. IHBC Gus Astley Student Award 2016. Dec 2016
  452. Large-scale murals. Dec 2016
  453. Dudley townscape heritage initiative. Oct 2016
  454. Historic England's charged-for services for listing certainty and pre-application planning conversations. Oct 2016
  455. Malvern station, priory and other buildings. Oct 2016
  456. Nudge theory in relation to historic environment conservation. Oct 2016
  457. Saltaire. Oct 2016
  458. Tecton structures at Dudley Zoo. Oct 2016
  459. The King’s School, Worcester. Oct 2016
  460. Worcester sculptor William Forsyth. Oct 2016
  461. Worcester timber buildings and the Commandery. Oct 2016
  462. Worcester’s Georgian churches. Oct 2016
  463. Bromley Hall evolution. Sep 2016
  464. BS 7913: Guide to the Conservation of Historic Buildings. Sep 2016
  465. Conservation officers in historic towns. Sep 2016
  466. Landscapes of human exploitation. Sep 2016
  467. Restoring Charles Drake's concrete house. Sep 2016
  468. Restoring Singapore shophouses. Sep 2016
  469. Richard Norman Shaw and the construction of Albert Hall Mansions. Sep 2016
  470. Use of railway carriages as holiday homes and permanent housing. Sep 2016
  471. Chinese renaissance architecture in China and Hong Kong. Aug 2016
  472. Decision support for energy improvements. Aug 2016
  473. Implementing the Heritage Protection Reforms. Aug 2016
  474. Retrofit measures for historic buildings and cities. Aug 2016
  475. The Hong Kong shophouse. Aug 2016
  476. Milton Keynes 2050 vision. Jul 2016
  477. Appeals against urgent works notices. Jun 2016
  478. Cautions or formal warnings in relation to potential listed building offences in England and Wales. Jun 2016
  479. Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice part 2. Jun 2016
  480. Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice. Jun 2016
  481. Conservation practice survey 2016. Jun 2016
  482. Forced entry to listed buildings. Jun 2016
  483. French drain. Jun 2016
  484. Historic Environment Service Provider Recognition. Jun 2016
  485. IHBC Context 144. Jun 2016
  486. IHBC Listed Buildings Prosecutions Database. Jun 2016
  487. Local authority conservation specialists jobs market 2014. Jun 2016
  488. Loss of senior conservation staff and posts in England March 2010 to April 2011. Jun 2016
  489. Negotiating skills for conservation professionals. Jun 2016
  490. Planning authority duty to provide specialist conservation advice. Jun 2016
  491. Planning related applications for judicial review. Jun 2016
  492. Presenting to design review panels. Jun 2016
  493. Restoring Kew's Temperate House. Jun 2016
  494. Summary of appeals at October 2014 under S.55 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Jun 2016
  495. Tax Relief for Heritage: Lessons from abroad. Jun 2016
  496. Urgent works in advance of a listed building consent. Jun 2016
  497. Use of direct action in heritage enforcement cases in England. Jun 2016
  498. Use of injunctions in heritage cases in England and Wales. Jun 2016
  499. Valuing historic places. Jun 2016
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  503. IHBC articles.
  504. The Institute of Historic Building Conservation.

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