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SPAB Repair of Old Buildings Course

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SPAB Repair of Old Buildings Course

Time: May 12, 2014 to May 16, 2014
Location: St Andrew Holborn
Street: 5 St Andrew Street,
City/Town: London, EC4A 3AB
Website or Map: http://www.buildingconservati…
Event Type: course, london, old buildings, spab, theatres, pubs, architecture, lectures, conservation
organised by: SPAB
Latest Activity: Feb 26

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DATE: 12 - 16 May 2014

VENUE: St Andrew Holborn, London, EC4A 3AB

DEPOSIT FEE: £100, non-refundable. The balance (£650) will be required four weeks before the course start date. Refunds will not be made in the event of booking cancellations less than two weeks before the course.

Includes one night accommodation (Wednesday), meals, transport and insurance during the site visits only. The course fee does not include accommodation, transport and meals in London.

The fee also includes one year individual membership to the SPAB - more information about this will be available once your booking has been confirmed.

This popular short course has been presented by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings since the 1950s.
Run over five days, this course delivers an intensive programme of lectures and site visits to building repair projects.

Presented by leading building conservation professionals, the Repair Course considers British and international approaches to the conservation of old buildings. The SPAB philosophy of repair and maintenance - established by William Morris in 1877 - underpins the course programme of case studies, presentations and site visits.

Please note: there may be scaffolding to climb on some sites.
Hard hats and hi-vis jackets will be provided, but delegates will need to be prepared with steel toe-capped footwear and suitable clothing.

For more information about the course, including a sample programme, visit our Repair Course page. The Repair of Old Buildings Course is recognised by the IHBC for CPD, and the RIBA for Advanced CPD.

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