Vol 34 2011
The 2011 edition of the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings’ Transactions has been released by Cathedral Communications. This fascinating edition, edited by Alasdair Glass, includes illustrated articles by conservation experts:
Working with Corinne Bennett at Winchester and Brighton
The First Years of the English Heritage Cathedral Repairs Grant Scheme
Stabilisation of the Eastern Parados Wall at the Theatre of Dionysos, Athens
Leighton House, Kensington: Under Restoration
Conserve as Found: the JW Evans Silverware Factory, Birmingham
Publishing Transactions represents one more success for Cathedral, already well known for The Building Conservation Directory and this website, BuildingConservation.com. Cathedral’s current responsibilities include publications for Archaeology Scotland, ASCHB, the Institute for Archaeologists and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings
The Association was founded in 1968 and aims to keep members informed on all aspects of building conservation by providing a forum for meetings, lectures and discussions and by arranging visits to buildings, work-in-progress and places of interest. Membership, now about 400 strong, is by invitation and is open to those professionally engaged in work relating to the conservation of historic buildings. See www.aschb.org.uk .