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The MPS on the public accounts committee have agreed that the planned repair and restoration of the Palace of Westminster must begin in haste, with any delay adding to the risk of fire or another ‘catastrophic failure’ to the building. ...read more
As the Listed Building Support Officer you will be supporting the long term sustainable future of listed places of worship within the Archdiocese. ...read more
The CITB’s National Specialist Accredited Center awarded its Assessor of the Year award to Mark Priestman, for his practice as an assessor and his contribution to the specialist sector. ...read more
This course is primarily designed for those concerned with the conservation of ruined structures, although the principles and skills are also applicable to roofed buildings.
A two-day conference, organised by Built Environment Forum Scotland, Heritage Lottery Fund Scotland and the BRICK programme run by The Prince’s Regeneration Trust.