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Energy Efficiency: Retrofit in Traditional Buildings Policy and Research Update

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The recording of the Historic England webinar ‘Energy Efficiency: Retrofit in Traditional Buildings Policy and Research Update’ is now available at https://historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/training-skills/online-training/webinars/technical-tuesdays/#retrofitupdate The webinar includes contributions from Nicholas Heath (Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance), Dr Paul Baker (Building Physics Consultant), Harry Paticas (Architect) and Sarah Kahn (Roger Mears Architects) and is chaired by Morwenna Slade, Historic […]

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Rotherhithe Blue Coats Illuminated! on Spacehive

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You can now support our project to illuminate the two figures on the façade of the Grade II listed Old Schoolhouse in Rotherhithe and help us get the Mayor of London funding for the Make London Programme! Illuminating the two figurines is one module of the larger Rotherhithe Illuminated! legacy lighting project, which aims to […]

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Happy Thanksgiving 2020 with Rotherhithe Illuminated!

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While celebrations this year will feel different, we are working hard with What’s On Rotherhithe Group and CES Lighting Designer to deliver the Rotherhithe Illuminated! project in time to celebrate the Mayflower safe return to her home port in 2021 The Rotherhithe Illuminated! project will form part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations and will serve […]

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RIBA Conservation Register Forum ‘Future Proofing: Sustainability and Existing Buildings’

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The Forum aims to bring together both architects and heritage professionals to provide wide range of perspectives on the issues of sustainability and existing buildings. The Forum will be divided into three ‘sections’, each addressing a specific theme: The Political and Institutional Landscape (Tax, Policy, Procurement and Ethics) Sam Balch, Deputy Director at The Department […]

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Sarah Khan talks to Primary School children about Tudor Architecture

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Passing our passion for Architecture to the New Generation! Our Practice Partner Sarah Khan visited Springfield Primary School to talk to year 4 students about how to recognise Tudor architecture and the different materials used at that time. She had a lovely time explaining Tudor Features to the children, with the help of local landmarks. […]

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Appletree farmhouse won the Hertfordshire Architects Association Awards 2018 for Building Conservation

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Appletree farmhouse has won the Hertfordshire Architects Association Awards 2018 for Building Conservation in the open category. This project comprised the sensitive and meticulous repair of a Grade II listed farmhouse on the edge of Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Works included careful repairs to roofs, brickwork and timber frames, and the successful use […]

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Sarah Khan’s talk ‘What you need to know about Listed Building Consent’ at RIBA Guerilla Tactics 13-14 Nov

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Sarah Khan presented ‘What you need to know about Listed Building Consent’ on CPD day at ‘Guerrilla Tactics 2018: Expanding Practice: Navigating the Architecture of Planning, Procurement and Property’, which took place at the RIBA on 13–14 November 2018. The talk was aimed at architects new to working with Listed Buildings. The talk began with […]

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Walks and talks: Looking for the medieval St Leonard’s

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Archaeological investigations at St Leonards

Our Practice Partner, Sarah Khan is leading a tour of St Leonards, Shoreditch on 5th of October, 2018. This is a free evening of architecture and archaeology talks discussing the unique history of St Leonard’s Shoreditch, from its Norman roots and Shakespearean worshippers to its current Georgian structure, and hopes for the future preservation of […]

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