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IHBC's Heritage MarketPlace: 2021 Stallholder Listing

IHBC School delegates, visitors and members of the general public are encouraged to use this Stallholder listing to survey the MarketPlace and network with Stallholders.

Everyone is encouraged to use and search the list for the suppliers, advisers, clients, contractors, advocates etc. that address their own special needs. All are welcome to make contact with the Stallholders using the contacts and links provided.

School delegates seeking learning opportunities in the MarketPlace can search the list using key words, especially those linked to the CPD opportunities on offer, as described HERE.

Anyone can circulate and promote the Stallholder's virtual stall listing and operations using the 'Stall Promotional and Networking link' at the end of each listing, for example: https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ihbce.

MARKETPLACE ADVICE: This MarketPlace Stallholder Listing is regularly updated, as new Stallholders arrive and learning offers are outlined or agreed in advance of the opening of the MarketPlace. Please be sure to check back regularly as you explore the stalls, learning opportunities and networks on offer.

Last update: 7 October 2021

The IHBC-recognised, CPD-certificated and learning-led virtual Aberdeen School MarketPlace (4.30-7.30PM, 15 June) is included in all delegate options. This includes the chance to enjoy ‘Happy Hour with the IHBC’, from 5.30-6.30, with informal chat among officers and others online, as well as your own choice of refreshments.

  • MFL Affinity
    Address: Barlow House, Minshull Street, Manchester M1 3DZ

    Stallholder description: Working in partnership with IHBC, MFL Insurance Group Ltd offer a competitively priced Professional Indemnity insurance product designed to meet the specific requirements of IHBC members.

    Additional insurance products include:

    • Directors’ & Officers’ Liability
    • Employers’ Liability
    • Public & Products Liability
    • Office Contents
    • Cyber Liability

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact: Joe Aspinall, Manager – MFL Underwriting
    Email: ja@mflinsurance.com
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Professional Indemnity Insurance - a guide to assist with understanding the cover what happens in the event of a claim

    CPD References:
    Back to Basis articles:
    Professional Indemnity Insurance – An Overview
    “Claims Made” Cover
    “Notification of Claims”
    Settlement & Insurers’ Consent
    Co-operating with your Insurer
    Disputes with your Insurers
    Reservation of Rights
    Retroactive Dates


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#mfl

    MFL Affinity logo
  • AECOM
    Aldgate Tower, 2 Leman Street, London, E1 8FA

    Stallholder description: AECOM’s Buildings + Places practice includes architecture, building engineering, interiors, workplace master planning, urban design, economics, and portfolio advisory experts. Our team designs and delivers some of the world’s most complex and interesting projects from major sporting venues such as the London 2012 Olympic Park and Legacy Framework, to the new plan for the LA2028 Olympics, to industrial facilities for GE and Rolls-Royce, to headquarters and workplace for NASA, Unilever, Sony Music, DirecTV, Box, Inc. and many Fortune 500 companies. We integrate sustainable solutions into everything we do and approach every project with a high-performance design strategy.

    IHBC networks:

    Contact:
    Daniel Wallington, Conservation Accredited Structural Engineer
    Associate Director, Buildings + Places, London Structures
    Phone 07812-352-218
    Email: daniel.wallington@aecom.com
    aecom.com

    CPD opportunity: Please feel free to get in touch with us.

    CPD References:



    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#aecom

    AECOM logo
  • Brouns & Co
    Address: Address: Highfield, 14 Selby Road, Garforth Cliff, Leeds LS25 2AG

    Stallholder description: A UK manufacturer of natural linseed paint with a range of historically accurate colours.

    Natural linseed paint is undergoing a renaissance thanks to its sustainability, durability, natural ingredients and hypoallergenic properties.

    Whereas modern paints are made from plastics, which are tinted with synthetic pigments and then filled with drying agents, linseed paint is made in the traditional way by grinding powder pigments into boiled linseed oil to make a paste using triple-roller mills, then adding more oil until the correct consistency is reached. Brouns & Co linseed paint is made from all-natural ingredients, with no plastics or VOCs.

    Linseed oil paint protects against all weathers. Once it has been painted, wood won’t rot and iron won’t rust. It has fantastic wicking properties, enabling the evaporation of moisture, instead of trapping it under an impermeable film. In Scandinavia, which has a long tradition of using linseed paint, original coats of linseed paint have survived on houses that are several centuries old.


    IHBC networks:

    Contact: Michiel Brouns
    Tel:01423 500694
    Email: sales@linseedpaint.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity:
    Demystifying Linseed Paint This CPD discusses linseed paint, its history, why, where and when it was originally used. Why it fell out of fashion and why it is back in fashion. It will inform why it works so well and also how it can be used again on both historic and newbuild properties.

    The CPD should give you a greater understanding of:

    • How linseed paint is made and how it works technically
    • Why it is cost effective
    • Why it is environmentally friendly
    • Where to use it
    • Basic application methods and guidelines for application
    • How to write successful NBS specifications for the use of linseed paint on historic and new builds



    MarketPlace References
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:
    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#brouns

    Brouns logo
  • Holland Heritage
    Address: Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

    Stallholder description: Heritage Consultancy

    IHBC networks:
    HESPR recognised

    Contact: Edward Holland, Director
    Tel: 07786 954027
    Email: info@hollandheritage.co.uk
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Managing Change – the role of the Heritage Consultant – how and where a heritage consultant can contribute, the range of different reports that may be required and the kind of projects that can have heritage impact

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/index.html#hh

    Holland Heritage logo
  • Hirst Conservation Ltd
    Address:
    Laughton Hall, Framhouse, Laughton, Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 0HE

    Stallholder description: Conservation and restoration of Historic Buildings and fine Art to include Architectural Paint Research, decorative surfaces, stone, plaster and memorials

    IHBC networks: IHBC Full Member

    Contact:
    Karen Morrissey, Conservation Manager
    Tel;: 07879262126
    Email: karen@hirst-conservation.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity: A chance to discuss approaches to conservation, including decorative surfaces, stone, plaster. It will be an opportunity to learn more about architectural paint research and how it is used to inform conservation treatments. We encourage questions!

    CPD References:


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hirst

    Hirst Conservation logo
  • Lanpro Services
    Address: Offices across the UK in Norwich, Cambridge, York, Chelmsford, Manchester, London

    Stallholder description: Lanpro are a multi-disciplinary consultancy offering independent advice across all stages of development, from inception to completion, managing sustainable change to significant places.
    Our experts in archaeology and the historic built environment take a creative, evidence-based approach to conservation, supporting clients in unlocked the potential of their sites. We work closely with stakeholders to remove risk, mitigate through design and justify change by identifying the best outcomes for people and places.


    IHBC networks: IHBC Full Member

    Contact: Rebecca Burrows, IHBC, AssocRTPI, Head of Heritage and Townscape.
    Rebecca has worked on buildings as diverse as ancient and post-war cathedrals, country house estates and industrial mills. She has a particular interest in whole-house retrofit, adaptive reuse and the concept of significance.
    Telephone: 01904 803800
    Email: Rebecca.burrows@lanproservices.co.uk or via LinkedIn
    Website: https://www.lanproservices.co.uk/

    CPD Opportunity
    Either

    The principles and practicalities of managing change to historic places for heritage professionals

    • Why heritage matters and why change is important
    • What is significance, why it matters and in practical terms how can we assess it
    • Understanding the impact of our actions and how to balance against the benefits, plus quick practical guide
    • Top tips and conclusion

    Or
    Listed Buildings and Energy Efficiency Adaptions: The Need for Action

    • Background – climate crisis, traditional housing stock, targets, energy efficiency adaptions, listed buildings and climate change policy, whole-house approach, ad hoc approach
    • Some case studies of whole-house approach
    • The problem – conflict between conservation and CC policy, barriers, local assessors, applicant perceptions – why are we not hitting our CC targets? What can we do within LBs to meet them? How can we do this without causing harm?
    • Discussion
      • Whole-house approach
      • Conservation vs. energy efficiency environmental benefits
      • Solutions? Recommendations?

    Key resources: to follow


    MarketPlace References
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:
    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#lanpro

    Lanpro logo
  • Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University

    MSc Sustainable Building Conservation
    Address:
    Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University

    Stallholder description: We offer a one year full time, two year part time IHBC accredited Building Conservation Masters’ programme with a unique emphasis on Sustainability

    IHBC networks: N/A

    Contact: Prof Oriel Prizeman
    Telephone: 02920875967
    Email: prizemano@cardiff.ac.uk
    Website: MSc Sustainable Building Conservation - Welsh School of Architecture - Cardiff University


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#wsa

    Welsh School of Architecture logo
  • The Energy Savers Ltd
    Address:
    Mountain View Innovation Centre Jurby Road, Lezayre, Ramsey, Isle of Man IM7 2DZ

    Stallholder description: Quattro Seal is a permanent draught proofing system installed nationwide in hundreds of heritage buildings to increase air tightness and improve thermal performance. Quattro Seal creates a flexible rubber gasket around windows and door frames creating a bespoke seal.

    Quattro Seal is owned and installed by The Energy Savers, proudly serving the historic buildings sector since 1991. Installations include Hampton Court Palace, The Tower of London, Marlborough House, Wills Memorial Building, Bodleian Library, Royal College of Physicians, The Tate Gallery, The National Maritime Museum, Fishmongers Hall, Belfast Castle and hundreds of National Trust properties

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Mark Huelin, Founder and Technical Director
    Tel: 07957 381068
    Email: mark.huelin@tes.im
    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4 Link 5

    CPD opportunity: Preventing unnecessary air leakage in historic buildings and maintaining constancy of the internal environment is challenging. In this CPD you will learn how the Quattro Seal draught sealing system has been used in hundreds of historic sites to increase airtightness and eradicate unwanted cold air ingress to increase thermal performance and cut energy usage and carbon emissions.

    • How Quattro Seal draught sealing works
    • Applications
    • Benefits of increasing airtightness
    • Air Pressure Testing
    • Energy Savings
    • English Heritage and Quattro Seal
    • Ventilation

    CPD References:
    http://theenergysavers.co.uk/energy-savings
    http://theenergysavers.co.uk/case-studies-references
    http://theenergysavers.co.uk/gallery


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#tes

    The Energy Savers logo
  • The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)
    Address: IHBC Business Office, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, SP3 6HA

    Stallholder description: MATE seminars offer talks and exercises to break down the application process, exploring the IHBC’s Areas of Competence and Conservation Cycle model, while also answering any queries. This ensures that applicants from any discipline or sector can get a common grounding in how the IHBC assesses interdisciplinary conservation standards in line with established international conservation standards and models, notably ICOMOS. 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.

    IHBC networks: N/A

    Contact:
    Ramona Usher, IHBC Professional Services Officer, Professional@ihbc.org.uk

    CPD opportunity: An introduction to the free IHBC MATE suite of sessions and linked services, including the IHBC’s Selfstarter.

    CPD References:


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ihbc

    IHBC  logo
  • The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)
    Address: IHBC Business Office, Jubilee House, High Street, Tisbury, SP3 6HA

    Stallholder description: The IHBC is the professional body for building conservation practitioners and historic environment experts working in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, with connections to the Republic of Ireland.

    IHBC networks:
    HESPR

    Contact: Fiona Newton, Operations Director
    Email: projects@ihbc.org.uk
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Research and guidance from the IHBC

    CPD References: https://ihbconline.co.uk/toolbox/
    https://www.ihbc.org.uk/skills/staffing/
    https://ihbc.org.uk/resources_head/page47/index.html

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ihbc2

    IHBC  logo
  • Crenellated Arts
    Address: Many Studios, Studio 25, 3 Ross Street, Glasgow Gl SAR

    Stallholder description: I undertake freelance projects in community engagement, using skills in illustration and digital media working both to get heritage and arts projects going (funding applications) and engagement projects to help keep them going (helping people have fun with community heritage and explore it in creative ways, and increase the profile of conservation related projects).

    IHBC networks:
    HESPR recognised

    Contact: Alison McCandlish, Director
    Tel: 07891 767916
    Email: alison@crenellatedarts.com
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Workshop on social media tools and strategies for heritage sector practitioners working in the community

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ca

    Crenalated Arts logo
  • Ancient Monuments Society
    Address: St Ann’s Vestry Hall, 2 Church Entry, London EC4V 5HB

    Stallholder description: Come and meet the Director of the Ancient Monuments Society, a National Amenity Society and small charity dedicated to defending historic buildings and places of all types and all ages. There will be a short presentation followed by a discussion about the role of the National Amenity Societies and broader themes. Tell us what you think will be the heritage sector’s top three greatest opportunities and challenges for the next five years!

    IHBC networks: N/A

    Contact: Lucie Carayon,
    Tel: 020 7236 3934
    Email: lucie.carayon@ancientmonumentssociety.org.uk
    Website: Website

    CPD Opportunity: Get a better understanding of the role of the National Amenity Societies in the Listed Building Consent process and within the wider planning system. Discover what the AMS is and what it has to offer!

    CPD References:
    Link 1 Link 2

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ams

    Ancient Monuments Society logo
  • Building Crafts College
    Address: Kennard Road, Stratford, London E15 1AH IHBC

    Stallholder description: Founded by the Worshipful Company of Carpenters in 1893, the Building Crafts College has a long tradition of delivering high quality education training in building crafts and building conservation. The emphasis of our work is to give all of our students the opportunity to reach their full potential and our expectations of our students are high. There is a constant focus on delivering skills and producing work of high quality, whether they are full time students, apprentices or degree students. Employment opportunity is also an important element of what we do and we support our students in accessing employment opportunities if they are not already employed.

    IHBC networks:
    Recognised Course Provider

    Contact: TBC
    Tel: 020 8522 1705
    Email: info@thebcc.ac.uk
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Understanding, delivering and experiencing conservation training resources and strategies in the BCC (TBC)

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#bcc

    Building Crafts College logo
  • Barton Willmore Heritage
    Address: St Andrews House, St Andrews Road, Cambridge CB4 1WB

    Stallholder description: The Heritage Team at Barton Willmore specialise in managing positive change in the historic environment. We add value through early identification and engagement to ensure that risks and opportunities are fully considered and mitigated through the design process, to provide robust justification for change.

    We are committed to helping our clients realise their commercial objectives by de-risking the planning process, turning heritage constraints into opportunities and delivering high-quality development that optimises land value whilst preserving our cultural heritage.

    IHBC networks: IHBC Full Member

    Contact:
    Lorraine King, Head of Heritage
    Tel: 0796 491 2391
    Email: lorraine.king@bartonwillmore.co.uk
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Heritage-led Placemaking: Making a difference

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#bwh

    Barton Willmore Heritage logo
  • The Cockburn Association
    Address: Trunk’s Close, 55 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1SR

    Stallholder description: The Cockburn Association is Edinburgh’s Civic Trust, an independent voice – taking no local or national government funding for our core work. Founded in 1875, we are one of the oldest conservation and amenity organisations in the country. We depend entirely on the support of individuals, local groups and businesses to continue our work to protect and enhance Edinburgh.

    Edinburgh has a unique set of challenges. It is small city with a population of just over 500,000. It is a Heritage city with its centre covering the Old and New Towns inscribed as a World Heritage Site. It is a capital city with public administration, financial and educational sectors dominating its local economic structure. It is a tourism city with its world-renown Festivals attracting millions and millions of visitors each year. It is a growing city with its population projected to expand by 40% in 2039.

    IHBC Networks: N/A

    Contact:
    Terry Levinthal, Director
    Tel: 0131 557 8686
    Email: director@cockburnassociation.org.uk
    Website

    CPD Opportunity: Working with local communities living in a global destination.

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#coa

    The Cockburn Association  logo
  • TheUrbanGlow Design & Heritage Ltd
    Address: Cavendish House, St.Andrews Court, Leeds LS3 1JY

    Stallholder description: TheUrbanGlow pioneer the fusion of Urban Design and Heritage led placemaking. We specialise in area analysis, Conservation Area Appraisals, Local Heritage Assets and Public Realm. We pride ourselves on highly attractive, graphical communication and telling the stories of our places so as to inform change. We work both in the UK and Internationally.

    IHBC networks:
    IHBC Full Member
    HESPR Member (DSA or representative)

    Contact:
    Andy Graham, Director
    Tel: 07736834722
    Email: andy@urbanglowdesign.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Examples of our work telling the story of places in an accessible way. From videos explaining our approach to Neighbourhood Plans to understanding how to create a Local List whilst under Lockdown! Come and join us for a CPD session and Q&A.

    CPD References:
    Link

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#urbanglow

    TheUrbanGlow logo
  • TDR Heritage Ltd
    Address: Grosvenor House, 11 St Pauls Square, Birmingham B3 1RB

    Stallholder description: TDR Heritage are HESPR accredited specialists in helping to regenerate historic high streets and connecting people with places. We have worked on over 30 townscape heritage schemes and High Street Heritage Action Zones across the UK. Our aim is to help you deliver realistic but aspirational outcomes for your heritage, communities and places.

    IHBC networks:
    IHBC Full Member
    HESPR Member (DSA or representative)
    IHBC Recognised CPD Provider

    Contact:
    Vicky Hunns, Director
    Tel: 07505495725
    Email: victoria.hunns@tdrheritage.co.uk
    Link 1 Link 2

    CPD opportunity: Our ‘Top Tips’ CPD session will run for 15 minutes at 12.00, 12.30, 14.00 and 14.00 and we will also be providing information about further training opportunities, alongside our high street and regeneration schemes support services.

    Ten Top Tips for Engaging your Communities with High Street Projects
    Every high street is unique. Every footstep contributes to heritage placemaking. But how can we inspire local residents and different community groups to interact with high street projects? This session will give you a solid foundation to the principles of co-production working. Our handy ‘top tips’ can be used to enhance audience engagement activity as part of the planning or delivery of any high street project.

    Learning objectives: This session will provide participants with an introductory understanding of community engagement planning and highlight key engagement techniques and tools used in real projects, specifically using examples from high street schemes.

    CPD References: Link

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#tdr

    TDR logo
  • Historic Environment Scotland
    Address: Longmore House, Salisbury Place, Edinburgh EH9 1SH

    Stallholder description: Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is the lead public body set up to investigate, care for and promote Scotland’s historic environment. We are responsible for more than 300 properties of national importance including Edinburgh Castle and internationally significant collections. As well as providing expert advice on heritage management, we deliver conservation guidance, training and technical research into Scotland’s built environment and offer wide range of grants and funding for projects that share our aims to protect and promote the historic environment.

    IHBC networks:
    IHBC Full Member

    Contact:
    Graham Saunders, Head of Heritage Management Policy
    Tel: 07920 284862
    Email: graham.saunders@hes.scot
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Our historic environment is on the front line of climate change - we are in a climate emergency and our historic environment is already feeling the impacts.

    From castles at risk of coastal erosion, to historic town centres threatened by floods, the historic buildings in which we live, work, learn and socialise are under pressure. Significant and urgent global climate action is needed now to protect our past for the future.

    The UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow later this year. HES will use this opportunity to demonstrate how the historic environment can support climate change goals and highlight its intrinsic role toward tackling the climate emergency. We are updating our guidance to reflect those challenges and are seeking your views.

    We need your help in shaping our forthcoming Managing Change guidance on climate change. As we value your input we invite you to our session where we will consult with you on the leading themes in our draft document. There will be lots of opportunities for dialogue and sharing ideas, so please come along to join in on this urgent discussion!


    CPD References:
    At the beginning of the session we will ask that attendees view this short video (under 5 minutes) on Adapting to Change - Climate Change Impacts on the Historic Environment.

    Our Guide on climate change impacts will also be of relevance to our discussions, as well as our Short Guide: Climate Change Adaptation for Traditional Buildings.

    Our full range of climate action resources, from Technical Papers that share research findings to Short Guides equally suited to homeowners and professionals, can be further explored here: Climate Change Action Plan and resources


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hes

    Historic Environment Scotland logo
    CPO26 logo
  • Heritage Strategies International
    Address: P.O. Box 7529, Washington DC, DC 20044,
    United States

    Stallholder description: Heritage Strategies International is a Washington DC-based consulting firm offering international services on the economic evaluation of historic resources and integrating heritage buildings into economic development strategies. We provide professional, high quality education, information, and technical assistance internationally to clients seeking to encourage the economically productive use of heritage resources. Our clients include local and national governments, international non-governmental organizations, international development banks and others.

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Katlyn Cotton, Director of Marketing and Design
    Tel: 2253419097
    Email: kcotton@hs-intl.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Rodney Swink on 'The Successes of "Main Street" - Heritage Conservation in the Context of Commercial District Revitalization'

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hsi1

    Heritage Strategies International logo
  • Heritage Strategies International
    Address: P.O. Box 7529, Washington DC, DC 20044,
    United States

    Stallholder description: Heritage Strategies International is a Washington DC-based consulting firm offering international services on the economic evaluation of historic resources and integrating heritage buildings into economic development strategies. We provide professional, high quality education, information, and technical assistance internationally to clients seeking to encourage the economically productive use of heritage resources. Our clients include local and national governments, international non-governmental organizations, international development banks and others.

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Katlyn Cotton, Director of Marketing and Design
    Tel: 2253419097
    Email: kcotton@hs-intl.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Katlyn Cotton on 'Encouraging Heritage Conservation: Tools, Incentives, Strategies'

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hsi2

    Heritage Strategies International logo
  • Heritage Strategies International
    Address: P.O. Box 7529, Washington DC, DC 20044,
    United States

    Stallholder description: Heritage Strategies International is a Washington DC-based consulting firm offering international services on the economic evaluation of historic resources and integrating heritage buildings into economic development strategies. We provide professional, high quality education, information, and technical assistance internationally to clients seeking to encourage the economically productive use of heritage resources. Our clients include local and national governments, international non-governmental organizations, international development banks and others.

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Katlyn Cotton, Director of Marketing and Design
    Tel: 2253419097
    Email: kcotton@hs-intl.com
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Donovan Rypkema on 'Behind the Numbers -- How Heritage Impacts are Measured'

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hsi3

    Heritage Strategies International logo
  • IHBC CPP APPG Secretariat/David Blackman
    Address: contact@appg.info

    Stallholder description: The IHBC, with David Blackman as Consultant, serves as the Secretariat to the Conservation Places and People All-Party Parliamentary Group (CPP APPG).

    The APPG’s ambition is: To support built and historic environment conservation as the means to deliver successful places, which are economically, environmentally and socially sustainable. This includes using heritage to help places adapt to the diverse needs of current and future communities, whilst supporting enterprise, transport connectivity, health, climate change efforts and quality of life.

    The IHBC helps support that ambition through its support for the Secretariat including its consultant.

    IHBC networks: Other

    Contact:
    David Blackman, Consultant to the Secretariat
    Tel: 01747 873133
    Email: contact@appg.info
    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4

    CPD opportunity: Lessons in serving as Secretariat to an active APPG

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#appg

  • Heritage Trust Network
    Address: 13-15 Fleet Street, Birmingham B3 1JP

    Stallholder description: Heritage Trust Network is a membership organisation made up of over 400 community organisations, charities and social enterprises across the UK who are rescuing, restoring and managing historic buildings, structures and spaces.

    The Network supports community-led heritage by helping our members to help each other. We organise peer-to-peer support, knowledge sharing and skills development. Our guidance and advice supports our members to set up their organisations, complete successful restoration projects and maintain and operate heritage sites.

    The Network gives this extraordinary grassroots movement a united voice, representing their views to government and funding bodies.

    IHBC networks: IHBC Full Member

    Contact:
    David Tittle, Chief Executive
    Tel: 07923 689424
    Email: david.tittle@heritagetrustnetwork.org.uk
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Community-led solutions to heritage at risk. Come along to explore the various ways to find new uses for redundant buildings and the support that is available. We will discuss the different types of organisations that make up the not-for-profit heritage sector, the pros and cons of working with communities and the wider benefits it can offer.

    CPD References:
    Events page, YouTube channel, List of Members, Membership categories

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hernet

    Heritage Trust Network logo
  • Built Environment Forum Scotland
    Address:
    61 Dublin Street, Edinburgh EH3 6NL

    Stallholder description: Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) is an umbrella body for organisations working in the built environment in Scotland. Drawing on extensive expertise in a membership-led forum, BEFS informs, debates and advocates on the strategic issues, opportunities and challenges facing Scotland’s historic and contemporary built environment. BEFS is a member of the Climate Heritage Network.

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Ailsa Macfarlane, Director
    Tel: 0131 2206241
    Email: info@befs.org.uk
    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3

    CPD opportunity: BEFS are happy for attendees to explore the Advocacy Toolkit available on their website. And keen for organisations to get in touch about the range of policy areas we cover; but are unable to open their stall on the day due to capacity.

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#befs

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  • CIOB Academy

    Stallholder description: The Academy offers a range of courses designed to help those in construction or new to the industry further their careers, develop practical skills, and gain membership to the institute or industry recognised qualifications. Our range of resources cover topics including conservation, contracts, site management, health and safety, project management, project planning, quality, BIM, sustainability, leadership, fire safety and membership. Courses range from short online learning, to one day technical courses and 6 month distance learning programmes. Courses are delivered by industry, for Industry by subject matter experts.

    IHBC networks:
    IHBC Recognised CPD Provider
    IHBC Recognised Course representative

    Contact:
    Academy Team
    Email: academy@ciob.org.uk
    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4

    CPD opportunity: Happy to be advised by IHBC School MarketPlace delegates. Please feel free to get in touch with us.

    CPD References:

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#ciob

    CIOB Academy logo
  • Historic England

    Stallholder description: We are the public body that helps people care for, enjoy and celebrate England's spectacular historic environment.

    We protect, champion and save the places that define who we are and where we've come from as a nation. We care passionately about the stories they tell, the ideas they represent and the people who live, work and play among them.

    Working with communities and specialists we share our passion, knowledge and skills to inspire interest, care and conservation, so everyone can keep enjoying and looking after the history that surrounds us all.

    IHBC networks: Other

    Contact:
    Jessica Cole, Listing Casework Analysis Manager
    Te;: 07771 344 389
    Email: jessica.cole@historicengland.org.uk
    Website

    CPD opportunity: Are we doing enough to keep valuable, historic buildings safe from being demolished or significantly altered before they can be protected by listing?

    In England, the service of a Building Preservation Notice (BPN) is the main means of interim protection, but they are underused. In order to address this and in November 2018, Historic England launched a Building Preservation Notice indemnification pilot scheme, in agreement with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

    Come along to one the sessions to hear an update on the pilot scheme and how it is going and increase your awareness of interim protection methods. Learn how to request indemnification from HE in the serving of a BPN and be encouraged by exemplars from the pilot scheme so far.

    CPD References:

    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 2
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#he

    Historic England logo
  • Pevsner Architectural Guides - Yale University Press
    Address:
    Yale University Press, 47 Bedford Square, London WC1B

    Stallholder description: The Pevsner Architectural Guides, were begun in 1951 by the architectural historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner (1902-83) with the aim of providing an up-to-date portable guide to the most significant buildings in every part of the country, suitable for both general reader and specialist. Today, a continuing programme of new editions keeps the series up-to-date with new information on older buildings and recent architecture while maintaining the tradition of Pevsner's own succinct accounts. Each book has over 100 photographs, mostly specially commissioned, numerous maps and plans, a glossary and indexes.

    IHBC networks: Other

    Contact:
    Charlotte Zaidi
    Email: pevsner@yaleup.co.uk
    Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4

    CPD opportunity: Capacity on the day means that we're not able to open our stall on 18 June, but do check out our publications on our web site. Day School presenter and Pevsner Series Editor Charles O'Brien will take questions as part of his afternoon presentation on 18 June, linked to local listing. Queries, questions and observations for Charles may be submitted online by School Delegates HERE

    Yale University Press is delighted to offer £10 off the latest addition to the Pevsner 'Buildings of England' series: Wiltshire. Order via our website (www.yalebooks.co.uk/pevsner) and enter code Y2173 at checkout. Code valid from 18/06/21 - 01/08/21. UK orders only. Free P&P.

    Visit our blog (https://yalebooksblog.co.uk/?s=pevsner) to discover extra content from our authors.

    CPD References: Link 1 Link 2

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 3
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#yale

    Yale Books logo
  • Historic Environment Scotland/University of Stirling
    Address:
    Historic Environment Scotland, The Engine Shed, Stirling, Lanarkshire FK8 1QZ

    Stallholder description: A new, IHBC-recognised Master of Science degree offered by Historic Environment Scotland in association with the University of Stirling.

    Taught at The Engine Shed, HES's national conservation centre in Stirling, our MSc in Technical Building Conservation offers a practical postgraduate qualification focussing on the nature, use, performance and repair of traditional building materials, set firmly within the context of local architectural traditions, current national policy imperatives and universal conservation principles.

    With a predominant theme of best practice in conservation project management, the programme includes hands-on craft demonstrations and frequent site visits to meet practitioners on active HES repair projects.

    IHBC networks:

    • IHBC Full Member
    • IHBC Recognised CPD Provider
    • IHBC Recognised Course representative

    Contact:
    Gordon Urquhart, HES Postgraduate Course Manager
    Tel;: 07583 160080
    Email: gordon.urquhart@hes.scot
    Link 1. Link 2

    CPD opportunity: Happy to be advised by IHBC School MarketPlace delegates. Please feel free to get in touch with us.

    CPD References:


    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#hesus

    Historic Environment Scotland logo
    University of Stirling logo
  • SPAB

    Stallholder description: The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) is Britain's oldest building conservation charity. Founded by William Morris in 1877, we provide free advice, run unique courses and training, and campaign for old buildings at risk of demolition or alteration.

    Underpinning all our work is the SPAB Approach, a practical message of maintenance, repair and sustainability.

    From cottages to castles and from churches to cathedrals we are here to help buildings and the people who care for them.

    IHBC networks: IHBC Recognised CPD Provider

    Contact:
    Felicity Martin
    Email: felicity.martin@spab.org.uk
    Website

    CPD opportunity:

    CPD References:
    Link 1 Link 2

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#spab

    SPAB logo
  • Designing Buildings Wiki
    Address:
    Kirkleas Old Road
    Buckland, Surrey RH3 7DZ
    United Kingdom

    Stallholder description: Designing Buildings Wiki is the construction industry knowledge base, used by 8.5 million people a year to find and share knowledge about the design, construction, operation and decommissioning of built assets. It includes Conservation Wiki, a collaboration with IHBC to take conservation knowledge to a wider audience.

    IHBC networks: None

    Contact:
    Gregor Harvie, Director
    Tel: 07803906129
    Email: gregor.harvie@designingbuildings.co.uk

    CPD opportunity: Attendees will learn about the importance of knowledge and how it underpins the competence, compliance and productivity of the construction industry. There will be an analysis of the differences between data, information and knowledge and research results will be presented explaining the sorts of knowledge that practitioners use and where they find it. The serious problems practitioners have accessing knowledge will be assessed along with the implications this has for the industry.

    There will be an introduction to Conservation Wiki and an explanation of how to get involved.

    CPD References:

    https://www.designingbuildings.co.uk/wiki/Conservation_wiki

    MarketPlace References
    Zone: 1
    Stall Promotional and Networking link:

    https://marketplace.ihbc.org.uk/stallholderlisting/#dbw

    Designing BUildings Wiki logo

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