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  • Conservation Bulletin 61

    Places of worship. Historic places of worship are among the best-loved and most potent of our cultural landmarks. But they need loving care and creative management if they are not to become lifeless monuments.

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 42

    Rural Matters

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 55

    Heritage: Broadening Access

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  • Conservation Bulletin 71

    The remains of the First World War are all around us, but we do not always know how to see them - or how to connect with the millions of personal stories with which they are inextricably linked.

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 67

    Saving the Age of Industry. In a globalised world it is all too easy to forget that England was the cradle of modern industry. Monuments to our extraordinary industrial past are all around us – but they are fragile and we neglect them at our peril.

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 62

    Conservation Areas. For 40 years conservation areas have helped to preserve the special character of places - not only at the heart of our historic cities and market towns but in their suburbs and surrounding villages.

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 8

    Britain’s World Heritage, p1–3; Editorial, p3; The water heritage, p4–6; Rescue archaeology funding, p6; Grants, April 1988 – March 1989, p7; Urban conservation studies, p8–9; Geophysical prospecting, p10–12; Book reviews, p12–13; Barns in the Yorkshire Dales, p14–15; Notes and diary dates, p15; Conservation – the video, p16; Farm buildings grant scheme, p16; The state of the schedule, p16;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 9

    Archaeology in towns, p1–2; Editorial, p3; Victorian churches, p4–5; Marble Hill restoration, p6–7; Bollitree Castle, p8; Notes p8,11; Corporate Plan, p8; Corporate Plan, insert between p8 and p9; The Rose Theatre, p9–10; Ancient monuments prosecutions, p10; Ecclesiastical exemption, p11; List review, p11; No 1 Poultry, p12–13; Buildings at risk grants, p14; Book reviews, p14–15; A morality tale, p16; New telephone numbers, p16;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 10

    `Clause 19’, p1–2; Editorial, p3; Records Office computing, p4–5; Crime and punishment, p5; Repair of historic buildings, p6; Royal Opera House, p6–7; Notes, p7; The Globe Theatre, p8–9; Historic architecture on waterways, p10–11; Additional funds, p12; Grant aid for churches, p12–13; Satellite dishes, p14; Historic Landscapes Panel, p15; Review, p15; Uppark House, p16; Buildings at risk surveys, p16;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 11

    Urban development corporations, p1–2; Editorial, p3; M3 past Winchester, p4–5; White paper on the environment, p5; Buildings at risk grants, p6; London rail schemes, p6–7; Battersea power station, p7; Historic football grounds, p8–9; New road bridge at Ironbridge, p9; Grants, 1988–9 and 1989–90, p10; Notes, p10,13; St Mary-at-Hill, London, p11; Codes of practice, p12–13; Palace House Mansion, Newmarket, p13; Legbourne Priory, p14; New register of conservation areas, p15; Update on `Clause 19’, p15; Organisation chart, p16;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 12

    Archaeology and planning, p1–2; Editorial, p3–4; Darlington ring road, p4–5; White paper on environment, p5–7; Listing nineteenth-century buildings, p8–9; Postal pouch boxes, p10; Corporate Plan, insert between p10 and p11; Conservation and craft training, p11–13; Conservation of wall paintings, p13–15; Notes p15,18; Conservation Group reorganisation, p16; New Technical Services Group, p16; Book reviews, p16–17; Clause 19 update, p18; Town scheme grants, p18; London’s river as building site, p19; Stanwick, p20;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 13

    Fire and its aftermath, p1–4; Editorial, p4; Adam Library carpet, Kenwood, p5–7; Compulsory purchase, p7; Archaeology and trunk roads, p8; Downe Barns moated site, p9–10; Statutory all-change, p10–11; Planning for parks and gardens, p12–13; Archaeology and historic towns, p14–15; Queen’s House, Greenwich, p15–16; Conservation areas, p17; Architectural theft, p17–18; Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth, p18; Postal pouch boxes, p19; Building preservation trusts, p19; Frogmore House, Windsor, p20; Notes, p21; Reviews, p21–3; Ironbridge, p24;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 14

    Cathedral repair grants, p1–2; Editorial, p3–4; Historic landscapes, p4–5; Buildings at risk in London, p5–7; Rescue archaeology funding, p7–9; Nature on historic properties, p9–11; The Trundle, Chichester, p11; Change of ownership, p11–12; Romano-British pottery studies, p12; Framing opinions, between p12-13; Synagogues, p13–14; Great storms 1987 and 1990, p14–16; The conservation area criterion, p16; Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, p16–18; Driving through the landscape, p18; Renovation of Paddington roof, p19–20; Number One Poultry, p20; Notes, p20–21; Reviews, p21–3; New conservation group structure, p24;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 15

    Chester Green Belt, p1–2; Editorial, p2–3; Recent legal cases, p4–5; Conservation and local government, p5; Steelmaking at Derwentcote, p6–8; Church grants, p8; Blue plaques, p9–10; Corporate Plan, between p10,11; Radiocarbon dating, p11–12; Framing Opinions update, p13–14; Improvements in historic areas, p15–16; Trunk roads and archaeology, p16; Conservation bodies merge, p16–17; EC grant scheme, p17; Reviews, p17–18; Notes, p18–19; Urgent repairs notices, p20;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 16

    Buildings at risk, p1; Editorial, p2–3; Cathedrals fabric survey, p3–5; Structural alterations, p6–7; Archaeology in London, p8–9; The Citizen’s Charter, p9–10; Devon earth building, p10–11; English Heritage funding, p11; Floodlighting, p12–13; Wall painting at Fiddleford, p14–15; Dendrochronology, p16–18; Royal Parks review, p18–19; Future of the English town, p19–20; Onehouse, Suffolk, p21–22; Regeneration in Calne, p22–24; Notes, p24–25; Reviews, p26–27; Over the shop, p28;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 17

    Conservation areas, p1–2; Editorial, p3; Kenwood, p4–6; Industrial archaeology, p6–8; Needs assessment and grants, p9–10; Development and archaeology, p10–11; Legal column, p12–13; Ecclesiastical exemption, p13–14; Romano-British mosaics, p15; Modern architecture, p16–17; Queen Street Mill, p18–19; Repair grants 1991–2, p20–21; Stonea Camp, Cambs, p21–3; Archaeology and planning, p23–5; Strand study, p25–7; Repairs notices, p27–8; Obituary, p28; Reviews, p28–30; Notes, p15,30–31; Stokesay Castle, p32;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 18

    Floor loadings, p1–2; Editorial, p3–4; European architectural heritage, p4–5; Legal column, p6–7; Fountains Abbey, p7–9; Listed building consent, p9; Architectural theft, p10; Notes, p11; Hampton Court Palace, p12–15; Historic building seminars, p15; Nature and landscape, p16–17; New fire regulations, p17; Bulletin matters, p17; Barrack schools, p18–19; Mansard roofs, p20–21; Notes, p21; Reviews, p22–3; Great Gidding, p24;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 19

    Editorial, p1–3; The Crescent, Buxton, p3–4; York Town Scheme, p5–6; Transport and Works Act, p6–7; Dover boat, p8–9; Hadrian’s Wall National Trail, p10–11; Textiles at Brodsworth hall, p12–14; Ecclesiastical exemption, p14–15; Preservation of organs, p16–17; Architecture and the city, p18–19; Listing and historic interest, p19–20; London conservation areas, p21; Conisbrough Castle, p22–3; Archaeology in development plans, p24; Access for the disabled, p24; British Archaeological Awards, p25; Conservation areas, p26–7; Advice on historic parks, p27; Archaeology and nature, p27; Reviews, p28–30; Notes, p31; Windsor Castle fire, p32;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 20

    Stonehenge, p1–2; Editorial, p2–3; Ancient monuments, p4–5; Historic prisons, p6; Fabric consolidation, p7–8; Repair grants 1992–3, p8–9; Managing England’s heritage, p10–11; Post-war listing, p12–13; Rescue archaeology 1938–72, p14; Ancient monuments on trial, p15–16; Time for action, p16–17; The English Heritage collections, p18; Visual amenity, p19–20; The Kerrier project, p20–21; Crown development, p21; Reviews, p22; Notes, p23; Historic Chapels Trust, p24;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

  • Conservation Bulletin 21

    Building on ruins, p1–2; Editorial, p3; Historic parks and gardens, p4–5; Fixtures and fittings, p6–8; Street improvements, p8–9; York wood centre, p10–11; Digging up the past, p12–13; Measuring effectiveness, p14–15; Architectural study collections, p15–16; Conservation area partnerships, p17; Conservation is sustainable, p18–19; Leasehold reform, p19–20; Fire protection measures, p20–21; Reviews, p22; Notes, p23; Natural partners, p24;

    Series: Conservation Bulletin

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