IHBC Annual School 2010
Going for Gold; delivering excellence in conservation
London

The 2010 Annual School looked at the delivery of the very best in conservation services and, specifically, how they are applied in the leisure sector. The School provided an opportunity to learn about conservation practice across the public, voluntary and private sectors and see how it has been put into practice by examining a number of high profile projects.
Cover of Context 116

London School Report - Context Issue 116, September 2010
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  • A great balance of subjects & style
  • More of the same please
  • Venue and speakers all excellent and the event well organised and skillfully chaired
  • A brilliant day, really enjoyed it, very relevant, very well organised, excellent value for money
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  • I learnt something useful from every talk.
  • All good and informative presentations.
  • The tours were just fabulous.
  • All venues were excellent in terms of organisation and accessibility; the Day School venue being particularly outstanding (for its architecture as well as its facilities)
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  • Very useful and well organised. A good networking opportunity.
  • The purpose of the IHBC is to promote and raise professional expertise. Even on the day school, the latest highest standards for the current challenges (embodied in PPS5) were tackled in a consumable manner.
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  • Thoroughly interesting theme, well presented and thought provoking
  • Rare and welcome opportunity to meet like-minded people working in same sphere.
  • Organisation and venue were top class.