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
7 June 2018
Warley Woods Community Trust, Smethwick
Next WM Branch Meeting will be followed by a CPD event on the theme: Warley Woods: A Repton Landscape and a Community Park.
Info on the Programme and Bookings here>>
18 May 2018
PLACES STILL AVAILABLE FOR MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS – DON’T MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
An IHBC South Branch conference exploring how some of the nation’s most precious naval assets are cared for as well as the docks and buildings which house them and their related heritage.
Naval Gazing will be a great opportunity to see some of the Historic Dockyard including the Mary Rose, and to hear conservators and others from the heritage sector talk about the amazing conservation work. We will have a special tour of Boat House 4 and a presentation about the Mary Rose as well as other fascinating presentations. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
Open to members and non-members
For further details on the event download the Flyer and Booking Form
23 August 2018
Venue: How Hill, Norfolk
An IHBC East Anglia Branch workshop and seminar day mixing talks and
hands-on experience of working with thatch.
Details to follow. Contact: Amanda Rix at Amanda.firstname.lastname@example.org