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This is a list of articles on Conservation Wiki (part of Designing Buildings Wiki) that were created by The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).


  1. 6 Burlington Gardens.
  2. 100 Sustainable Scottish Buildings.
  3. 10,000 years of settlement on the Isle of Man.
  4. 2019 Gus Astley Student Awards.
  5. A review of Scotland's historic lighthouses. 20.11.2019
  6. After the Fire: London churches in the age of Wren, Hooke, Hawksmoor and Gibbs.
  7. Alternative futures for heritage.
  8. An ethnographic approach to conservation.
  9. Appeals against urgent works notices.
  10. Are works to listed buildings demolition or alteration?
  11. Armitage Rigby.
  12. Bletchley Park restoration.
  13. Brexit and UK research into cultural heritage.
  14. Britain's Lost Churches.
  15. Britain's historic paving.
  16. Bromley Hall evolution
  17. BS 7913: Guide to the Conservation of Historic Buildings.
  18. Building a Crossing Tower: a design for Rouen Cathedral of 1516.
  19. Building archaeology and conservation.
  20. Caithness Broch Project.
  21. Can the heritage of Europe help to integrate the UK.
  22. Capacity-building grants support management of the historic environment.
  23. Car parking in conservation areas.
  24. Caring for war memorials.
  25. Castle Rushen Quarterdeck.
  26. Cautions or formal warnings in relation to potential listed building offences in England and Wales
  27. Chapels of England: buildings of protestant nonconformity.
  28. Characterising Neighbourhoods: exploring local assets of community significance.
  29. Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice
  30. Charging for Listed Building Consent pre-application advice part 2
  31. Chester, conservation as positive action.
  32. Chinese renaissance architecture in China and Hong Kong.
  33. Chinese Wallpaper in Britain and Ireland.
  34. Civic Amenities Act.
  35. Coal holes, pavement lights, kerbs and utilities and wood-block paving.
  36. Community engagement in conservation.
  37. Compulsory purchase orders for listed buildings.
  38. Congestion in historic cities.
  39. Conservation areas and protecting open space.
  40. Conservation as action and reaction.
  41. Conservation, climbing and graffiti.
  42. Conservation in action at the Engine Shed.
  43. Conservation in Chester.
  44. Conservation in the heritage cities of Venice and Liverpool.
  45. Conservation in the Highlands and Islands.
  46. Conservation of Architectural Ironwork.
  47. Conservation of the historic environment
  48. Conservation officers in historic towns.
  49. Conservation practice survey 2016
  50. Conservative surgery in Edinburgh.
  51. Conserving and managing historic designed landscapes. May 2019
  52. Conserving Cornish harbours.
  53. Conserving Europeanness.
  54. Conserving Ruchill Hospital water tower.
  55. Crittall metal windows.
  56. Culture: Urban Future.
  57. Decision support for energy improvements.
  58. Dorchester on Thames neighbourhood development plan. May 2019
  59. Douglas Sea Terminal Building.
  60. Dudley townscape heritage initiative.
  61. Durham Cathedral's Open Treasure project. May 2019
  62. Education, training and standards for 21st century conservation professionals.
  63. Energy Efficiency and Comfort of Historic Buildings.
  64. Energy efficiency for the National Trust.
  65. Energy efficiency of traditional buildings.
  66. Energy-related retrofits of buildings and urban areas, a comparison between Germany and the UK.
  67. Engaging communities in our Highlands and Islands.
  68. England's Railway Heritage from the Air. May 2019
  69. Finding stone to conserve historic buildings.
  70. Fitness for purpose in listing considerations.
  71. Fountaine Hospital Almshouse.
  72. Floors of the great medieval churches.
  73. Floorscape in art and design.
  74. Forced entry to listed buildings
  75. French drain.
  76. Future of seaside towns.
  77. Gardens Trust.
  78. Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust.
  79. Gustavo Giovannoni on planning in historic towns.
  80. Glossary of paving terms.
  81. Hardy Plants and Plantings for Repton and Late Georgian Gardens (1780-1820).
  82. Harmonising heritage in the Nordic countries.
  83. Harrogate in 1988.
  84. Heritage and Brexit.
  85. Heritage case studies from Scotland.
  86. Heritage, Conservation and Communities.
  87. Heritage perspectives on infrastructure.
  88. Heritage protection in Ireland.
  89. Heritage value.
  90. Historic England's charged-for services for listing certainty and pre-application planning conversations.
  91. Historic Environment Service Provider Recognition
  92. Historic high streets to receive £95m boost. 25.09.2019
  93. Historical versus Modern: Identity through imitation. 10.01.2020
  94. How to make conservation areas work.
  95. How to deal with retrofit risks.
  96. Howell Killick Partridge and Amis.
  97. Hot-mixed mortars: the new lime revival.
  98. IHBC articles
  99. IHBContext144
  100. IHBC Gus Astley Student Award 2016.
  101. IHBC Listed Buildings Prosecutions Database
  102. IHBC responds to conservation critique.
  103. IHBC response to revised NPPF.
  104. IHBC warn government on retrofitting older homes.
  105. Impact of heritage sector local authority funding cuts in south west England.
  106. Impact of independent museums locally and nationally. 13.11.2019
  107. Implementing the Heritage Protection Reforms.
  108. Inspecting historic fibrous plaster ceilings.
  109. Inspiring creativity in heritage and the creative industries. 30.10.2019
  110. Integrating conservation in multi-disciplinary consultancies.
  111. International heritage policy.
  112. Is conservation area policy fit for purpose 50 years on.
  113. JW Evans silverware factory.
  114. Landscapes of human exploitation.
  115. Large-scale murals.
  116. Listing of Sainsbury's supermarket in Camden Town. 03.01.2020
  117. Liveable Yangon: for whom?
  118. Local authority conservation specialists jobs market 2014
  119. Local Plan Route Mapper and toolkit. 11.12.2019
  120. Lord Leverhulme on Lewis and Harris.
  121. Loss of senior conservation staff and posts in England March 2010 to April 2011
  122. Making Magnificence: architects, stuccatori and the eighteenth-century interior.
  123. Malvern station, priory and other buildings.
  124. Manor Farmhouse listed building prosecution.
  125. Marketing heritage assets. 27.12.2019
  126. Methodology for moisture investigations in traditional buildings. 13.12.2019
  127. Mortar analysis for specifiers.
  128. Municipal Dreams: the rise and fall of council housing.
  129. Mr Barry's War.
  130. Negotiating skills for conservation professionals.
  131. New architecture of Scotland’s west coast.
  132. New Design for Old Buildings.
  133. Notre Dame, a conservation perspective.
  134. Nudge theory in relation to historic environment conservation.
  135. Opening up at Covent Garden.
  136. Our Town Hall, Manchester. May 2019
  137. Orkney gables.
  138. Penarth Alabaster
  139. Photographing Historic Buildings.
  140. Planning authority duty to provide specialist conservation advice
  141. Planning for sustainable historic places.
  142. Planning related applications for judicial review.
  143. Port Sunlight's local listed building order. March 2019
  144. Practical Building Conservation: Earth, Brick and Terracotta.
  145. Private rented sector regulations and traditional buildings.
  146. Prefab bungalows.
  147. Presenting to design review panels.
  148. Rebuilding and reconciliation in Homs.
  149. Reconciling conservation and sustainable development.
  150. Recording old industrial sites.
  151. Replacing lanterns and overthrows in Great Pulteney Street.
  152. Researching the history of Fountaine Hospital Almshouse.
  153. Restoring Charles Drake's concrete house.
  154. Restoring Clitheroe Pinnacle.
  155. Restoring Kew’s Temperate House
  156. Restoring Singapore shophouses
  157. Restoring the Palace of Westminster's ventilation system.
  158. Re-thatching a Hebridean blackhouse.
  159. Retrofit measures for historic buildings and cities.
  160. Richard Norman Shaw and the construction of Albert Hall Mansions.
  161. Royal Ordnance Factories. July 2019
  162. Saltaire.
  163. Scotland's Homes Fit for Heroes.
  164. Scotland’s new guide on managing climate-change risk to historic sites. 07/11/2019
  165. Scottish government intervention in market-led regeneration. 16/11/2019
  166. Seashaken Houses: A lighthouse history from Eddystone to Fastnet. July 2019
  167. Shared heritage from a social perspective.
  168. Shared space: people, traffic and historic townscape.
  169. Sharing local authority conservation services.
  170. Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
  171. Small vernacular agricultural buildings in Wales.
  172. Sourcing stone to repair Exeter Cathedral.
  173. Space, Hope and Brutalism.
  174. St James's Priory, Bristol.
  175. Southwark Council's programme of rooftop housing development. 9.10. 2019
  176. Stone consolidants.
  177. Strategic urban design and the conservation team. November 2019
  178. Summary of appeals at October 2014 under S.55 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
  179. Tax Relief for Heritage: Lessons from abroad.
  180. Technology in the Country House. May 2019
  181. Tecton structures at Dudley Zoo.
  182. The 18th century schooner Peggy.
  183. The architecture of the Isle of Man.
  184. The benefits of investing in heritage at risk.
  185. The British Mosque: an architectural and social history.
  186. The challenges and opportunities of conservation in the Highlands and Islands.
  187. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission. 11.01.2020
  188. The conservation challenge facing Ireland’s industrial heritage.
  189. The conservation of historic transport infrastructure.
  190. The Country House: material culture and consumption.
  191. The creative re-use of historic prisons.
  192. The Devetaki Project.
  193. The Each Home Counts report and traditional buildings.
  194. The Great Barn of 1425-27 at Harmondsworth, Middlesex.
  195. The green belt and historic buildings.
  196. The history of conservation areas.
  197. The history of listed buildings.
  198. The Hong Kong shophouse
  199. The Institute of Historic Building Conservation
  200. The King’s School, Worcester.
  201. The landscapes of Cambridge.
  202. The Livery Halls of the City of London.
  203. The lost house revisited.
  204. The Past and Future City.
  205. The redevelopment of Leicester's sewerage system by Joseph Gordon.
  206. The Story of Kensington Palace. May 2019.
  207. The TT races and the landscape.
  208. The Victorian Society's Top 10 Endangered buildings 2019. 30.9.2019
  209. The work of Delyn Borough Council in rehabilitating Greenfield Valley Heritage Park.
  210. Thermography for traditional buildings.
  211. Titanic Quarter.
  212. Towards a radical eclecticism. 03.12.2019
  213. Towns and cities in history.
  214. Town and Country Planning Act 1968.
  215. Traditional construction materials on the Isle of Man.
  216. Traditional Homes of the South Downs National Park: an introduction.
  217. Understanding dampness.
  218. Understanding the performance of solid walls.
  219. United Free Church of Scotland: Design for Manses in the Highland Districts.
  220. Unlocking the Church: the lost secrets of Victorian sacred space.
  221. Urban Heritage, Development and Sustainability.
  222. Urgent works in advance of a listed building consent
  223. Use of direct action in heritage enforcement cases in England
  224. Use of injunctions in heritage cases in England and Wales
  225. Use of railway carriages as holiday homes and permanent housing
  226. Value in the view: conserving historic urban views. May 2019
  227. Valuing historic places
  228. VAT Policy for historic buildings.
  229. Violet Pinwill, woodcarver.
  230. Visby as a historic urban landscape.
  231. Walking interviews.
  232. Wall insulation and moisture risk.
  233. What data should be incorporated into Historic Environment Records.
  234. What makes a heritage-at-risk officer.
  235. Wimpole Gothic Tower conservation.
  236. Worcester timber buildings and the Commandery.
  237. Worcester’s Georgian churches.
  238. Worcester sculptor William Forsyth.
  239. Working with volunteers to care for heritage.

--Institute of Historic Building Conservation