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Articles 2018-03-08T10:48:31+00:00

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Top Museums face £150M+ repair backlog, say Government reviews

Two strategic reviews of the Museums sector, published on 14th November, draw attention to the dire state of maintenance and repair of many of the nation’s museums and galleries and may force Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England to review

By |General, Maintenance, Marketing|

Case Study – A failed ball-cock saturates a listed Waterstone’s bookshop

Waterstone’s, the book shop, has a magnificent Edwardian store in Gower Street, London, which was designed by architect Charles Fitzroy Doll. It has a mass of complex detail and is listed Grade 2. In January 2012, George Allan visited

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Historic England ignores thousands of “Buildings at Risk”

The annual October appearance of Historic England’s list of “Buildings at Risk” conveys a sense that the threats to England’s heritage are known, under control and in some sense, managed. The threat even seems to be reducing: 387 buildings

By |Buildings, General, Maintenance, News|