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30th June - 23:37

2022 SPAB Scholar architectural assistant Jacob Long reports on an inspiring visit to Gala Fairydean Rovers in Galashiels

06th April - 15:19

2022 Scholar Sinéad Scullion explains the process of casting a simple cornice section from the workshop of master plasterer, Michael O’Reilly

16th December - 18:39
The SPAB Scholarship offers an unrivalled training opportunity to architects, surveyors and engineers in the early stages of their career. Reaching the end of their conservation tour, our talented 2020-21 Scholars Libby, Amy and Lucy share their experiences
01st September - 18:48

New awards will join our exisiting ones in a celebration of old buildings and the people who champion them.

23rd June - 18:15

To celebrate SPAB Scholar Lucy Newport writes about her favourite parts of her job in conservation engineering

22nd June - 16:24

To celebrate we asked SPAB Scholar Tríona Byrne to write about her work as a conservation engineer

08th June - 19:41

It is with great sadness that we announce the recent death of Janet Locke. Janet was a SPAB Scholar in 1950 along with Donald Insall, Cecil Searle, Peter Locke and Pamela Cunnington. She will be remembered as an intelligent and sensitive architect.

17th February - 17:14

Every year a select group of architects, surveyors, engineers, and craftspeople are picked for our prestigious training schemes in building conservation.

10th October - 18:45

2019 SPAB Scholar Bethan Watson describes a highlight of her Scholarship year so far.

30th August - 12:06

A nine-month, hands-on learning experience aimed at craftspeople, architects, surveyors and engineers.