- After the Fire: London churches in the age of Wren, Hooke, Hawksmoor and Gibbs.
- Appeals against urgent works notices
- Bromley Hall evolution
- BS 7913: Guide to the Conservation of Historic Buildings.
- Capacity-building grants support management of the historic environment.
- Cautions or formal warnings in relation to potential listed building offences in England and Wales
- Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice
- Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice part 2
- Chester: conservation as positive action
- Chinese renaissance architecture in China and Hong Kong
- Civic Amenities Act.
- Community engagement in conservation.
- Compulsory purchase orders for listed buildings.
- Conservation areas and protecting open space.
- Conservation in Chester.
- Conservation of the historic environment
- Conservation officers in historic towns.
- Conservation practice survey 2016
- Conserving Cornish harbours.
- Decision support for energy improvements
- Dudley townscape heritage initiative.
- Education, training and standards for 21st century conservation professionals.
- Energy efficiency of traditional buildings.
- Fitness for purpose in listing considerations.
- Forced entry to listed buildings
- French drain.
- Harrogate in 1988.
- Heritage perspectives on infrastructure.
- Historic England's charged-for services for listing certainty and pre-application planning conversations.
- Historic Environment Service Provider Recognition
- How to make conservation areas work.
- IHBC articles
- IHBC Listed Buildings Prosecutions Database
- Implementing the Heritage Protection Reforms.
- Integrating conservation in multi-disciplinary consultancies.
- Is conservation area policy fit for purpose 50 years on.
- Landscapes of human exploitation.
- Large-scale murals.
- Local authority conservation specialists jobs market 2014
- Loss of senior conservation staff and posts in England March 2010 to April 2011
- Malvern station, priory and other buildings.
- Manor Farmhouse listed building prosecution.
- Mr Barry's War.
- Negotiating skills for conservation professionals
- Nudge theory in relation to historic environment conservation
- Planning authority duty to provide specialist conservation advice
- Planning related applications for judicial review
- Presenting to design review panels
- Recording old industrial sites.
- Restoring Charles Drake's concrete house.
- Restoring Clitheroe Pinnacle.
- Restoring Kew’s Temperate House
- Restoring Singapore shophouses
- Retrofit measures for historic buildings and cities.
- Richard Norman Shaw and the construction of Albert Hall Mansions.
- Scotland's Homes Fit for Heroes.
- Summary of appeals at October 2014 under S.55 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
- Tax Relief for Heritage: Lessons from abroad.
- Tecton structures at Dudley Zoo.
- The conservation challenge facing Ireland’s industrial heritage.
- The Each Home Counts report and traditional buildings.
- The history of conservation areas.
- The Hong Kong shophouse
- The Institute of Historic Building Conservation
- The King’s School, Worcester.
- The work of Delyn Borough Council in rehabilitating Greenfield Valley Heritage Park.
- Urgent works in advance of a listed building consent
- Use of direct action in heritage enforcement cases in England
- Use of injunctions in heritage cases in England and Wales
- Use of railway carriages as holiday homes and permanent housing
- Valuing historic places
- VAT Policy for historic buildings.
- Wall insulation and moisture risk.
- What data should be incorporated into Historic Environment Records
- Worcester timber buildings and the Commandery.
- Worcester’s Georgian churches.
- Worcester sculptor William Forsyth.
The Gus Astley Student Award closes on 31 July, so if you have relevant coursework submit it online to have a chance to win £500 and a place at Belfast2018.
Among the most enjoyable of the huge variety of tours at the IHBC’s Manchester 2017 Annual School was the visit to Liverpool as featured in the Liverpool Echo of 16 July.
The ‘SkillBuild’ competition sees the very best in construction talent compete against each other in local heats across the country culminating in the Final at the NEC Birmingham.
11 awards to schemes and projects across England were handed out at an event at The Leadenhall Building, London attended by community groups and industry professionals.
The fifth Inquiry from the APPG for Excellence in the Built Environment looks at Brexit’s impact on future skills needs in the construction industry and built environment professions.
The BBC reports on how the Humber Bridge has been given Grade I listed status to become one of only six structures built in England since 1961 to be afforded the honour.
BDP and CH2M have been selected for vital work to protect the heritage of the Palace of Westminster from the substantial and growing risk of failure of its essential services.
The Scottish Government’s commissioned independent analysis of responses to the ‘Places, People and Planning’ consultation has been published with a position statement on proposals it plans on taking forward.
HES offers a blog on creating a series of Digital Stories to help schools learn about blackhouse history and Gaelic, with the help of pupils from Sgoil an Taobh Siar.
The Committee has launched a report that looks at measures to protect and improve the capital’s green spaces ‘Park life: ensuring green spaces remain a hit with Londoners’.
Dame Helen Ghosh has announced she will be stepping down as director general of the National Trust in March next year to become master of Balliol College at Oxford University.