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10/05/2022

We recently reviewed an application to undertake repairs, alterations and convert the eastern service range at this Grade II lited hall. We objected to some harmful aspects of the plans and it was agreed that the layout should be revised and a more sensitive proposal developed.

 

27/04/2022

Presented by SPAB caseworker, Elgan Jones, the Cadw-funded video series covers everything from how to check a church roof for damage safely, to how best to identify damp and decay inside a church building. 

08/04/2022

We have strongly objected to proposals to add a penthouse onto an existing extension of a Grade II* listed building, which sits at the heart of this historic town. 

21/03/2022

With other heritage groups we express grave concern over the loss of life and the loss of tangible and intangible culture, architectural heritage, art, monuments, archaeology, and collections of art and antiquities in Ukraine

11/03/2022

We are thrilled to be shortlisted for a Museums and Heritage Award in Best Use of Digital (UK). This recognises our work to deliver our Repair of Old Buildings Course online for the first time.

11/03/2022

The sails are back on our 18th-century windmill at Kibworth Harcourt, Leicestershire. This is a huge milestone in the project to bring this fragile and beautiful mill back into good repair.

01/03/2022

We are excited to announce the 28 specialists from across the heritage and construction sector who are lending the 2022 Heritage Awards their expertise

09/02/2022

We’re delighted that plasterer and 2022 Fellow Daahir Mohamed has been awarded a generous grant from Heritage Crafts. The grant will help to support him during the Fellowship, our six-month training scheme for craftspeople.

07/02/2022

We’ve objected to proposals that will harm the beautiful historic farm buildings at Higher Melcombe Farm, next to the Grade I listed 15th century Manor and a deserted medieval village.

20/01/2022

Over the last few years we have been advising on proposals to the Cathedral's East End, the Chapter House and Cloister.