The APPG on Conservation, Places & People has issued its inaugural report on The Value of Heritage. It offers five recommendations to government to improve the environment within which heritage buildings could play an even greater role in the UK’s economy, its 2050 carbon commitments, and its cultural and wellbeing impacts.
If you find yourself spending more time at home during Covid-19 be mindful to pay attention to your internal air quality for your mental and physical wellbeing…
The RIBA Stirling Prize is an annual award of a building judged to be the ‘building of the year’. More commonly known for its appreciation of
Heritage Revival will be attending Henley Design Day for the second year running on the 23rd March. The RIBA organises this event to bring together
This is the second post in a sequence of three where we review key aspects of how our heritage buildings influence our health and wellbeing:
Heritage and Health: How well is your building treating you?
In the first of a series of blog posts we will be reviewing how your health is directly affected by your internal environment.
Winter: a great opportunity for hibernation, contemplation and planning. Following on from our last blog (click here if you missed it) – a timely event
Winter is a time to connect with your older property and plan for living in harmony
Today I was one of a fortunate few who visited the John Lewis Heritage Centre at Cookham, near Maidenhead organised by modern.space. Harking back to
The Listed Property Owners Club has been running a campaign during 2018 to reduce VAT on repairs and approved alterations to listed buildings down from 20%
Heritage Revival Design Consultancy will launch at the RIBA Henley Design Day – 17th March 2018! Come and meet me, Claire Truman, at Henley Design Day
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