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ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION CPD

Principles and Best Practice for Traditional and Historic Buildings

Whether you are starting out in a buildings related career, looking to refresh your conservation knowledge, encounter historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, or have limited knowledge of the best conservation practice to employ on a project involving historic buildings, this is the CPD programme for you.

Traditional and historic buildings are an integral part of Perth and Kinross's built environment with many of its population centres, such as Perth, celebrated for their rich historic character. Whilst valued, historic buildings are often considered difficult to maintain, expensive to repair and their traditional methods of construction complicated to refurbish and align with modern building regulations. This CPD series offers key information to help you unlock their potential.

The 2021 PROGRAMME

28 April: Design and Retrofit on the Gannochy Estate by Peter Burman

26 May: Historic Shopfronts by Linday Lennie

30 June: Statutory Protection and Managing Change to Listed Buildings by Elizabeth McCrone

Summer Recess

25 August: Timber Decay and Repair in Traditional Buildings by Roger Curtis

29 September: Ecology in and around Traditional Buildings by Daniele Muir

27 October: Decorative Glass in Traditional Buildings by Liz Rowley

About the Programme

This 6 session programme of CPD has been put together specifically with architects, surveyors, building standards, planning, trades and construction professionals in mind, offering comprehensive introductions with practical examples on a range of essential topics. It runs from April to October with a break over the school summer holidays and takes place at a regular 1 hour lunchtime slot at the end of the month. Sessions are delivered in Perth by industry accredited professionals and are recognised CPD by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and Scottish Traditional Building Forum (STBF).

'Architectural Conservation CPD' forms part of Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust's ongoing work through the Perth City Heritage Fund to encourage the regeneration of Perth's historic buildings using traditional materials and skill and in accordance with best conservation practice and is supported by Historic Environment Scotland.

Student Friendly

If you are considering a career in a buildings related industry or sector then this CPD is also for you. We offer a discounted rate for students and welcome anyone from Secondary school finalists upwards so please get in touch if you're interested in attending.

Multiple Session Booking

We offer a reduced rate for booking all CPD sessions, please get in touch for a discount code.

Do you have questions about Architectural Conservation CPD 2021: Principles & Best Practice? Contact Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust

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Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust
West Mill Street
PH1 5QP Perth
United Kingdom

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Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust

At Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust, our aim is to conserve and promote archaeology and architectural heritage for the benefit of residents, visitors and future generations. We endeavour to achieve these objectives through the development and execution of projects, the administration of grants, the provision of information and advice, and through a programme of outreach events and publications.

 

Conserving our shared heritage is important for many reasons: maintaining 'sense of place', providing a resource for learning and education for local communities, and as a driver for sustainable economic development through events and destinations for visitors and tourists. We believe the rich physical heritage of Perth and Kinross, in the form of archaeological remains and historic buildings and landscapes, should be enjoyed by everyone, and we aim to facilitate this through our outreach events and projects. PKHT is a registered Scottish Charity (No. SC003139).

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