Connecting client needs & heritage expertise
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HESPR is a promotional service for businesses that work to conservation and service standards expected by the IHBC.
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To explore HESPR businesses use the drop down list below:
Historic Building Conservation
Architectural design and new build in historic areas
Historic area assessments
Planning policy and strategy, Community engagement, Development briefs, Funding applications and negotiations, Training and public speaking, Conservation area management plans
Historic environment sectoral research, project development and project management
Expert at Public Inquiries and on stone conservation issues. Published Authors and Lecturers on building conservation, building and architectural history, and liturgical re-ordering. Exhibition Curators.
Article 4 directions, Buildings-at-risk survey and assessment, Community engagement, Conservation area appraisal and management Designation of heritage assets, Expert witness, Feasibility and options appraisal, Grant applications, Historic landscape characterisation, Locum casework, Planning guidance (SPD/SPG), Policy and Research, Public realm principles and strategies, Statements of significance, Training, Urban design/Masterplanning, Urban regeneration.
Landscape architecture advice
Conservation Plans and Strategy Reports
Historic Gardens, Parks & Landscapes research & analysis & appraisals
Consulting Urban design advice Grant applications Expert witness at Planning Appeals and Public Inquiry
Building surveys, single defect reports including on damp issues, windows, energy efficiency etc.
Traditional building skills training & CPD
Stone, mortar, render and plaster condition surveys and repair specifications
Historic Landscape - gardens and parks
Expert witness for planning appeals
Education, consultation, policy advice, energy efficiency.
HESPR: Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition
is managed by IHBC Enterprises, which supports the work of the IHBC