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All Scottish Local Authority areas and both National Parks

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Convenor
Mark Watson
scotland@ihbc.org.uk

Secretary
Vacant

Membership Secretary
Sarah Kettles

Treasurer

Anna Grant

Newsletter
Kevin Toner
scotlandbranchnews@ihbc.org.uk

Consultations Secretary
Charles Strang

Council+ representative
Anna Grant

Education Training and Standards
Vacant


Committee Members without portfolio:

Mark Douglas
Terry Levinthal
Shona Simpson
Christopher Dingwall
Alison Tanner
Sanne Roberts



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National Planning Framework 4
Call for ideas

IHBC Scotland Branch Response

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With great sadness we relay news that Dave Sutton, a longstanding IHBC member who served until the last AGM on the IHBC Scotland Committee, died on 26th May 2020. Dave had worked in North Lanarkshire and South Gloucestershire Councils, private practice, community and voluntary roles; he served Bristol Civic Society, and as a Bristol City Councillor, and Cambuslang Community Council. Dave brought a wealth of knowledge, experience, commitment and energy to historic environment causes. Originally from Belfast he trained in architecture in Sheffield University, and worked and lived in Western England until he moved to North Lanarkshire in 2007. He was trustee and secretary of Glasgow Building Preservation Trust and he was active as a mentor in Planning Democracy.

Fellow IHBC Scotland Branch Committee members have described Dave as another of us who chose to be the grit in the oyster, a good team leader, persistent, often irascible, an exceptionally strong practitioner and encourager in getting things done. He recently represented us in the SHED (Scottish Historic Environment Data) programme board, defending the responsilibity of local authorities in such matters as curtilage, and he observed interminable NPF4 consultations. He made a difference in the realms of built heritage, the wider environment, and communites. Dave had a great love of life, music, art, people and travel, and in the last 5 years during retirement could enjoy more time at his holiday home in Crete and his stained glass design hobby. We will certainly miss him, and our thoughts and condolences are with his wife Nancy and other family at this sad time.

Former colleague Richard Cartwright and the IHBC Scotland branch committee.

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A Modern Vernacular?
Mass Housing as a Place-Specific Global and Local Heritage

20 April - 19:30 - 21:00

Online platform details – open to all, by Zoom. No charge.

A talk by Miles Glendinning, Professor in Architectural Conservation at the University of Edinburgh and Director of the Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies, about High-Rise Tower blocks and their conservation. This is a precursor to the IHBC Annual School which will be in Aberdeen on 16-19 June, a hybrid in person and online event, as well as forming part of our occasional online CPD series.

IHBC Competencies 1 Philosophy; 3 History.

Web link for booking/more information.
Contact: scotland@ihbc.org.uk for Zoom code in April




AROUND THE CIRCUS OF DELIGHT: EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF THE MEADOWS, EDINBURGH

A walk led by garden historian Christopher Dingwall, Vice Chairman of Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage and member of IHBC.

4.00pm Tuesday 10th May 2022
Meet outside Söderberg (formerly Peter’s Yard) halfway down the Middle Meadows Walk in Edinburgh


The 1.5 hour walk will follow paths across the Meadows. No charge. Bring masks for indoors social afterwards. Book Scotland@ihbc.org.uk


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Web resource for Conservation Officers
Built Environment Forum Scotland
Facts and Figures
http://tinyurl.com/5v7ujsc

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