ASCHB 2020 AGM & CONFERENCE

Booking has started for our ASCHB 2020 Conference CONSERVING KNOWLEDGE: RECORDING & ARCHIVING THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS to be held at the National Archives, Kew, Richmond TW9 4DU on 6 March 2020. See our Conferences page for...

BRACKLEY TOWN HALL

There is an opportunity to visit Brackley Town Hall this Wednesday 9 October 2019 at 10 am. Please contact Tom or Nathalie at info@haverstock.com if you would like to come. Tom Gibb will be talking to us about this RIBA East Midlands Award winning project on 19...

Hugh Feilden

We were shocked and saddened to hear of the loss of Hugh Feilden, who died suddenly and unexpectedly on 24th August. He was a champion of conservation, and was always willing to share his wide knowledge and experience with us, and lend us his support. We remember his...

ASCHB Northern Convenors

Following our highly successful conference on Industrial Heritage, the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings (ASCHB) are delighted to announce that Paul Beckett and Gez Pegram have come forward to be our new Joint Northern Convenors, based...

Fully Funded PhD Studentship

Historic England  is working with the UCL’s Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to offer a fully-funded PhD on a truly innovative topic in energy and the built environment:...

R J Durtnell & Sons

We are sad to hear of the closure of R J Durtnell & Sons, the oldest building firm in England. Founded in the 16th century, it started with timber-framed buildings and expanded to become a general building firm in the 1800s. It was the contractor for the Turner...