This year’s Annual School looks at the delivery of the very best in conservation services and, specifically, how they are applied in the leisure sector.
The School will provide an opportunity to learn about conservation practice across the public, voluntary and private sectors and see how it has been put into practice by examining a number of high profile projects.
Booking is now closed


The programme of talks and site visits is designed for all professionals working in the historic environment, in planning, architecture, urban design, heritage management, landscape or in other conservation projects and initiatives. The School welcomes people working in national and local government, private practice, education and voluntary bodies.

The Annual School will be based in Bloomsbury, in the heart of the capital. The Day School venue is the Grade I listed Royal College of Physicians, next to Regent’s Park, and delegates can gain access to world class architecture and townscape.

The Annual School will bring together speakers from many backgrounds to demonstrate how they apply their expertise to the provision of conservation services. This is followed by a number of case studies where these skills have been applied to conserve historic buildings which have been used for a variety of leisure purposes.

Places are limited so delegates should book as soon as possible.
Booking is online by following the
'Booking' link on the left. If you prefer you may also book by telephone on 0131 558 1854.