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ASCHB Transactions

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Transactions is the annual journal of the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings. It provides a permanent record of some of the proceedings at ASCHB lecture meetings and conferences, but contributions on other aspects of the historic environment from members and other interested professionals are also included.

Published in February 2018, Vol 40 offers:

The Chester Historic Town Study and Conservation Action Programme – Sir Donald Insall

Glimpses of Heaven: Analysing England’s Conservation Areas – Duncan McCallum

Restoration of the Temperate House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – Jessica Kennedy

Aspects of Conservation and Repair Works at the Tower of London, 2005-2017 – Clive Dawson and Alexandra Attelsey

Moving and Conserving Sir Edwin Lutyens’ Manchester Cenotaph – Stephen Levrant

External Repair and Conservation of Banqueting House, Whitehall, 2013-2016 – Josephine Thwaites

 

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.

 

Cathedral Communications currently publishes for Archaeology Scotland, ASCHB, the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. Please contact Cathedral if you need help with your publications.

 

 

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