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Historic England's webinars are free to register for and provide an interactive and immersive live online learning experience on a variety of topics relevant to the heritage sector and support Historic England's HELM training programme

On this page, you can register for future webinars and view recordings of recent sessions.


Curtilage - 28 March 2018

This webinar will look at the considerations necessary when assessing curtilage and provide guidelines for curtilage in the planning process.

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Marine Planning -  20 March 2018

This webinar is led by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO), to introduce marine planning for the English inshore and offshore area. This session will provide useful information for local authority planning staff keen to see how marine planning encompasses cultural heritage and associated social factors.

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Heritage Crime -  14 March 2018

Crime and anti-social behaviour, affecting historic sites and buildings in England, is becoming an ever increasing problem. This webinar will help develop your knowledge and understanding of what is being done to tackle the problem and how you can help. 

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Community Groups -  7 March 2018

This webinar aims to provide insight and support to local authority staff in building relationships with local heritage community groups.

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An Introduction to Setting - 21 February 2018

This Webinar will help you to understand the principles of setting and argues how it contributes to the significance of a heritage asset.

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Conservation Areas - 7 February 2018

This webinar introduces an alternative approach to the traditional Conservation Area Appraisal, explaining how and why this approach was developed, and will show an example of one of the Conservation Area Appraisals.

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Stopping the Rot -  24 January 2018

This webinar is designed to introduce local authorities to the powers available to them to help secure the preservation of historic buildings. These powers include Urgent Works Notices, Repairs Notices and Section 215.

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Conservation Principles - 22 January 2018

Colleagues from across the Heritage Conservation communities are invited to participate in a webinar on the proposed changes to  Conservation Principles for the Sustainable Management of the Historic Environment.

This webinar, run by Duncan McCallum and Andy Brown who have been very involved in the drafting, will cover:

(a) Why change the 2008  Conservation Principles document?

(b) What is being proposed in the revised draft?

(c) What are the main issues arising from the proposed changes?

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Neighbourhood Planning - date to be confirmed  

A neighbourhood Plan can help to guide how heritage can be conserved, whilst adapting it to modern needs. This webinar aims to provide support to local authority staff who are engaged with local community groups in creating a neighbourhood plan.

Tall buildings - date to be confirmed 

In the right place, well-designed tall buildings can make a positive contribution to urban life, but ill-considered proposals can have a disproportionate impact on the character, appearance and enjoyment of places. This webinar addresses some of the prevalent issues necessary when considering planning applications for tall buildings.


Traditional Windows - 23 May 2017

This webinar will provide an understanding of Historic England’s approach to advising on the alteration and replacement of historic windows in listed buildings.

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Local Listing -  24 November 2017

This webinar considers how local heritage lists might be adopted effectively and efficiently and, by sharing examples of good practice, show how neighbourhood planners and community groups can successfully be involved in establishing local lists. 

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Local Listed Building Consent Orders - 7 December 2017

Local Listed Building Consent Orders (LLBCO) were introduced by section 60 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013. This webinar will give on overview of the policy background of LLBCOs and talks  about how they can be set up, before reflecting on some lessons learnt at Port Sunlight.  

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Matt Faber
Matt Faber

ELearning Instructional Designer

Capacity Building Team