The Construction History Society hopes that you may find some of these links interesting and useful;
ASCHB The Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings.
The Construction History Society of America
Our branch of the society in the USA. With interest in construction history growing in the United States an organizing committee was formed in May 2007. Since then an American Branch has been incorporated, a newsletter launched and an inaugural event was held in November 2008 and others are planned.
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation is a multi-disciplinary organisation and the principal professional body for building conservation practitioners and historic environment specialists working in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, with connections to the Republic of Ireland.
The Listed Property Owners Club
Information source for the owners of listed buildings in the UK.
CIOB (chartered Institute of Building)
Britannia Panopticon Music Hall,
Glasgow G1 5HD
First International Congress on Construction History, Madrid.
Third International Congress on Construction History,
Cottbus, Germany Wed 20th - Sun 24th May 2009
The Building Exploratory
Association for Building Conservation Management
The Carpenters Fellowship
Weald and Downland Open Air Museum. Courses in Historic Building Conservation
Images of England project aims to create a ‘point-in-time’ photographic
record of England’s listed buildings as well as offering an
introduction to the huge variety of listed buildings nationally.
Almost 180,000 images of listed buildings, taken for the project, along
with the statutory list descriptions, can be viewed by visiting Images
of England website.
The Twentieth Century Society
70 Cowcross Street
London EC1M 6EJ
Tel 020 7250 3857
Fax 020 7251 8985
Registered Charity No. 1110244
Carpenters from Europe and Beyond
France’s Ministry of Culture and Communication is pleased to share with you the success of its English website.
Building History is a free, online, collaborative project that encourages people from across the UK to share information about the history of their towns, roads and buildings.
The site acts a framework that allows those conducting family, town and building history research to collaborate with professional historians, academics, genealogists and people who simply want to record memories of how their towns have changed through time.