26 November 2013
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Milford Hall Hotel, 206 Castle Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3TE
Financing conservation projects
This seminar will cover the following points:
What makes some historic buildings fall into disuse whilst others remain highly valued?
Calculating required finances to repair and refurbish historic buildings – the conservation deficit
Sources of funding
Programming and phasing projects for financial health
The speaker will use the case study of Bank Hall, a ruined house in Lancashire, to illustrate some of these points.
Marrying good design and inclusive spaces
This seminar will illustrate how good access has been and can be achieved. This will be contrasted with examples of how, in spite of using the latest legislation and standards, buildings produced are not accessible. It will also highlight how changes in the legislation will affect the implementation of the Disability Act. This session will also include a feedback section on major advancements and methods used during the Paralympics.
Social media for architects
Over the past four years, there has been an explosion in the ways that you can use the internet to reach out to new clients and remain in contact with your existing client base. These encompass the established search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo, plus the free and paid for results that are associated with them through to online forums, Social media – such as Facebook and Twitter, email marketing and on to new ideas such as location based marketing opportunities.
2013 City CPD Club Brochure (pdf 355 kb)
RIBA/CIAT members £135 + VAT (£162)
Non-RIBA members £200 + VAT (£240)
RIBA Student £50 + VAT members (£60)
RIBA South West