Modern Developments in an Historic Setting Can modern development within an historic setting respect and enhance the setting of historic places, and enable the development of much needed modern buildings and places? Visiting Newcastle and South Shields, Leanne Tindle explores some stunning examples and examines how modern additions in themselves can contribute to the future […]
We explore Birmingham Developments to illustrate how the conservation and restoration of historic buildings can provide opportunity for to meet their sustainability requirements.
St Mary the Virgin Church, Bilston, Preserved Through Planning The bid to save the historic church from closure, which was being hampered by lack of funds, received a boost following the approval of a plan to demolish a run-down community centre on site, and replace it with two bungalows. AB Heritage provided a professional Heritage […]
In light of recent new planning proposals, we take a look at some of the issues that developers and other stakeholders should consider when factoring in heritage works as part of urban regeneration schemes.
Archaeological Desk based Assessments are a central tool in heritage planning. Alex Farnell comments on a recent industry workshop held by CIfA
Collaboration and communication are key to well-run projects. Daniel Dodds reviews a recent Planning for Heritage industry event …
From kitchen table to the UK’s key infrastructure sites – AB Heritage has been providing heritage solutions for 10 years – Andy Buckley reflects on the journey …
AB Heritage has successfully retained Chartered Institute for Archaeologists Registered Organisation Status with the industry’s leading professional body!
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