The IHBC Accredited Practioners’ searchable database below is a public listing of accredited (or ‘certified’) members of the IHBC - the UK’s professional body for built and historic environment professionals - who have agreed to, or have been required to, list details here.
Individuals accredited as ‘Full’ members’ of the IHBC have demonstrated their competence in built and historic environment conservation practice and may choose to list their names on this database.
Individuals accredited as ‘Associate’ (Assoc) members of the IHBC are required to post their names here for regulatory purposes. Associate members have demonstrated their competence in a specific area of conservation practice – what the IHBC terms an ‘Area of Practical Competence’ - that typically aligns with their primary area of practice, for example:
Clients seeking accredited conservation advice may use the database as follows:
This database does not include company listings. If you are looking for a company that works to the IHBC's principles and standards please search our web listing of HESPR companies. This also provides links to the websites of HESPR companies.
The database below identifies those members formally linked to the IHBC's list of HESPR companies through their role as the IHBC's 'Designated Service Adviser' (DSA) in a HESPR company. if you want to find out more about the role of the DSA see our HESPR website.
To find IHBC accredited practitioners working in a specific discipline or practice area, you can use the abbreviated qualifications listed below in the search box. All qualifications data should be cross-checked with the relevant bodies.
|Practice area||Architecture||Archaeology||Survey||Planning||Building||Architectural technology||Urban Design||Engineering||Conservation||Any|
|Qualifications etc (searches by letter sequence)||RIBA; ARB; AABC; Archit||IFA; Archaeol||RICS; CBS||RTPI; TP; URP||CIOB||CIAT||UD||Eng; Struct; ICE||Con||IHBC|