08.45 - 9.30
Registration for Day School delegates. Refreshments for all delegates.
NB: Full School delegates already registered do not need to re-register.
9.40-10.10 Keynote: International approaches to recovery and disaster management of historic environments
Zaki Aslan Director, ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre, Sharjah, U.A.E.
Session 1: FIRE
10.10-10.30 Working with the Fire and Emergency Service
Steve Emery, Fire Officer, Oxford University
10.30-10.50 Reconstructing the Mackintosh: the race between Education and Catastrophe
Liz Davidson, Senior Project Manager, Glasgow School of Art
Refreshments & Exhibition networking
Session 2: STRUCTURAL FAILURE & HERITAGE AT RISK
11.30 - 11.50 Structural failure: The Art of the Possible
Ed Morton, Engineer and Managing Director, The Morton Partnership
11.50-12.10 Structural failure - Victoria Mills, Grimsby – investigation, monitoring and repairs at altitude! - Gez Pegram, Civil and Structural Engineer, Director of Mason Clark Associates
12.10-12.30 Heritage at Risk: Who Cares? Historic England’s HAR Campaign and Public Values
Ben Robinson, Principal Adviser for Heritage at Risk, Historic England
12.30 -12.35 IHBC Spotlight 1: IHBC’s Toolbox – Roy Lewis, IHBC Policy Chair
12.35 - 12.50 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
LUNCH & Exhibition networking
Session 3: SECURITY, DIGITAL TECHONOLOGY AND LEGAL ISSUES
14.00-14.05 Welcome and introduction to the afternoon programme
Afternoon School Chair Alice Ullathorne
14.05-14.25 Heritage Security: Protecting the Past for The Future – Mitigating the crime and terrorism risk
Stephen Armson Smith, Crime Prevention Tactical Advisor, Heritage Crime Prevention Lead and Designing Out Crime Officer, Essex Police
14.25-14.45 Digital technology for future proofing against disaster
Lyn Wilson, Digital Documentation Manager, Historic Environment Scotland (HES)
14.45 - 15.05 Legal issues: Saving Heritage Assets in Disrepair – the legal powers
Nigel Hewitson, Planning Solicitor, Consultant at Gowling WLG
15.05 - 15.25 Legal issues: Destruction of Heritage Assets – the legal consequences
Charles Mynors, Lawyer, Law Commission of England and Wales
15.25-15.30 IHBC Spotlight 2: IHBC Guidance Note – John Preston, Green Panel Convenor
Refreshments & Exhibition networking
Session 4: FLOODING
16.15-16.35 Flooding: Risk and resilience dealing with flooding in old buildings
James Innerdale, Conservation Architect, Consultant
16.35-16.55 Flooding: Recovery and Improvement. A case study from Cockermouth
16.55-17.15 PHOENIX CASE - Stoke Rochford Hall: Rebuilding from the Ashes - David Catell, Architect accredited in building conservation, Director at Rodney Melville & Partners
17.15-17.20 IHBC Spotlight 3; IHBC Annual School 2020 – Brighton - Duncan Philips, South East Branch Chair
17.30 IHBC 2019 Annual General Meeting
All welcome: Voting by Full Members of the IHBC only
Chair – David McDonald, IHBC President
NB: Changes to the Day School programme may be required; including speakers, the order of the speakers and the content of their contributions.
7.45 - 12.00 pm: Nottingham Council House, Old Market Square, Nottingham, NG1 2DT
7.45 pm Annual Dinner
9.30 pm Gus Astley Student Awards &
IHBC Marsh Awards
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