Malcolm Dickson, meetings secretary for the Association for the Studies of the Conservation of Historic Buildings ASCHB; organising lectures and tours of a broad range of buildings and philosophies with a scholarly approach to the repair and development of historically significant buildings. Ranging from medieval to the late 20th Century. Malcolm trained as an architect at the Hull School of Architecture and studied Building Conservation at The Architectural Association. He has worked for various highly reputable conservation architects and spent five years as an illustrator for the volumes of the Survey of London. He mainly works for Camden Council advising on potential development opportunities to increase and improve Camden's housing stock. He has a keen interest in art and has shown work in The Royal Academy Summer Shows along with being a regular contributor to The Royal College of Art Secret Postcards Exhibition. He is now developing a keen interest in making artefacts in blue and white porcelain.
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Welcome to our online forum for people connected to our Great Place Scheme programme. As a UK-wide initiative we know how tricky it can be to get people in the same room so an online community is the perfect way to get folks connected, sharing and learning from each other. Whether you are... read more
OUR CRAFT CHANGES LIVES The Dry Stone Walling Association is offering the opportunity to train for a new career in the traditional craft of dry stone walling. With support from Heritage Lottery Fund Skills for the Future Programme , a National Training Bursary Project has been launched. Our new... read more
Yesterday we hosted a really intersting live chat on the topic of 'When is heritage?' . That is to say - how old does something have to be to be considered heritage? We invited some guests along to talk about their HLF-supported projects which deal with what might be considered 'contemporary'... read more
Stories, Stones and Bones was a dedicated programme created to help communities participate in Scotland's Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology with a focus on engaging new audiences. £850,000 was awarded to 98 projects across Scotland exploring all kinds of heritage. The programme aimed to get... read more