The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich - 7 & 8 September 2018
We believe old buildings have a future. From cottages to castles and from churches to cathedrals we are here to help buildings and the people who care for them. Based on years of experience and research we understand how old buildings work.
Join today to support our positive, practical approach to building conservation. As a member you become part of a network of like-minded people who care for historic buildings. Other benefits include The SPAB Magazine, access to the Property List and the opportunity to join your local Regional Group.
Education programmes for architects, surveyors, engineers and craftspeople to further their 'hands-on' understanding of historic building conservation.
The Old House Show is the SPAB's first ever exhibition and brings together a unique blend of crafts, advice, hands-on education and conservation.
The SPAB's annual Working Party will be held at Eastbury Manor House, Barking, this year. Registrations are now closed.
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Faith in Maintenance course is for those who care for faith buildings of all dates and types, often as volunteers. We provide training to help you understand how your building works and how to solve problems caused by leaky gutters and blocked
If you’re worried about a deteriorating building in your local area, want to contest a planning application, build your own local campaign or set up a building preservation trust then the The SPAB Campaign Toolkit can offer guidance.
All old buildings need regular care and maintenance in order to prevent serious disrepair. Windmills and watermills are by their nature exposed to wear from wind and water in addition to facing problems common to historic buildings.
The SPAB Mills Section has put together a suite of resources and guidance tailored to those caring for old windmills and watermills.
The SPAB’s Mills Section is the only Society concerned solely with protecting and promoting traditional windmills and watermills in the UK. The Section provides advice and training to mill owners and heritage professionals, and campaigns for the protection of milling heritage. Join the Section now to support its work and receive a range of membership benefits.