Architectural Conservation CPD – 2022 Programme - 27th Apr 2022 to 30th Nov 2022

If you are looking to refresh your conservation knowledge or encounter historic buildings as part of your work portfolio, but have limited knowledge of the best conservation practice to employ when approaching a project involving traditional buildings, then this is the CPD programme for you.

Traditional and historic buildings are an integral part of Perth and Kinross’s built environment with many of its population centres, such as Perth, celebrated for their rich historic character. Whilst valued, historic buildings are often considered difficult to maintain, expensive to repair and their traditional methods of construction complicated to refurbish and align with modern building regulations. This series of CPDs will give you the tools to help unlock their potential.

Our annual series of Architectural Conservation CPDs is returning on 27th April. All talks are delivered by accredited conservation industry professionals. This year sessions will include carpentry, sculpture, case studies and more. As usual attendees will be given a certificate to add to their Professional Development Plan.

Tickets are available here.

PLEASE NOTE: Sales end 24 hours before event starts. Session links will be emailed to attendees after sales end.

DISCOUNTS: Discounts for LPA Officers and Students available, contact [email protected] BEFORE placing your order.

2022 Programme
27 Apr – Bon Accord Baths – A Conservation Statement (Ian Davidson)
25 May – Phases of Build and Conservation at HES Stanley Mills (Chris McGregor, Historic Environment Scotland)
29 Jun – A Short History of Traditional Oak Carpentry, New Build and Conservation (Justin Rose, Justin Rose Carpentry)
31 Aug – A Life in Conservation – Case Studies (Ian Cumming, Ardle Construction)
26 Oct – Conservation Techniques for Historical Sculptures (Graciela Ainsworth, Graciela Ainsworth Sculpture Conservation & Clara Molina Sanchez, Historic Environment Scotland)
30 Nov – Retrofit of Traditional Buildings (Moses Jenkins, Historic Environment Scotland)

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