29 September 2018
A Workshop led by Alan Gardner BSc (Hons), MRICS, SPAB Lethaby Scholar, Principal & Head of Heritage Asset Consultancy, Arcadis entitled: “‘Philosophy Into Practice: 2 case studies (All Souls, Bolton and Gorton Monastery Manchester) that consider the philosophical and technical and examines, ‘where does honesty become rudeness?’
Followed by the IHBC Yorkshire AGM at 12.15pm.
6 September 2018
Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings
All the information you will need regarding this event and a fantastic opportunity to get behind the scenes and up high in this fabulous 18th-century structure, known as a precursor to the skyscraper due to its iron-frame construction is contained in Eventbrite, so whether you are planning on booking or not please visit the website and have a look. The URL is https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/our-industrial-heritage-shrewsbury-flax-mill-tickets-49056456181
This is a free event and lunch is kindly being provided by Historic England. Due to restrictions regarding health and safety, there is a limit to the number of people who can do the mill tour at any one time. There are 2 groups of 12 and anyone not booked onto these will be able to do an alternative tour of the Industrial Heritage around the immediate area – all of this is on the Eventbrite pages.
13 September 2018
We are holding another Membership Application Training Event – the main aim of which is to assist people in upgrading their membership from either Affiliate/Associate to Full membership.
There will be a presentation from Kate Kendall, IHBC Education, Training & Standards Liaison Officer followed by small group discussions.
Kate Kendall said: ‘These events are a great way for prospective applicants to find out how to understand their skills, knowledge and experience in the context of IHBC membership criteria and accreditation. And all this is free too, offered to anyone interested in IHBC membership as part of the IHBC’s charitable support for the care of the built and historic environment.’
Come along there is no charge and a sandwich lunch will be provided!
To book your FREE place please download the flyer IHBC South Branch MATE session13.09.18
Heritage, Risk & Resilience
confronting conservation calamities
Fire / Flood / Structural Failure
Full School: Thursday 4 – Saturday 6 July 2019
Day School: Friday 5 July 2019
- Technical, practical and strategic
- Tours in Nottingham, Leicester, Derby & the East Midlands
- Heritage challenges and insights into solutions
- Up to 20 hours Continuing Professional Development linked
- Planning for the worst: dealing with the aftermath
- Business opportunities: Sponsors, exhibitors & much more
- Case studies and practical advice
For further details see nottingham2019.ihbc.org.uk and keep updated via the IHBC NewsBlogs
17 July 2018
Join us at HS1 offices (5th floor, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG) which enjoy good views over this part of north London and hear from members of Conisbee’s heritage team on some of their recent work appraising historic plaster ceilings, surveying industrial gasholders and examining the fabric of a unique country house.
Conisbee is an award winning civil and structural engineering design practice with offices in London, Norwich and Cambridge. Conisbee has a specialism in heritage engineering with engineers who are CARE registered.
TIME – The AGM starts at 6.00pm
COST – Free
All members attending the AGM will receive a free glass of wine.
It is essential you book through Eventbrite as your name will be requested at King’s Place reception that you will find on your right, opposite the box office and just after the Pangolin Sculpture Gallery.
TO RESERVE A PLACE, RSVP @ – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ihbc-london-agm-heritage-engineering-talk-tickets-47203317393
TRAIN STATIONS – Kings Cross / St Pancras