Going underground; the impact of basement construction on the historic environment



Time:
14:00 - 17:30
Refreshments (tea and coffee) provided

Location:
The Gallery, Alan Baxter & Associates
75 Cowcross St, London EC1M 6EL

Cost:
IfA/ IfA LAG £10.00
IHBC/ IHBC London £10.00
Standard £15.00

Organiser
IfA London Area Group

This half day workshop organised in collaboration with IHBC London will explore the impact of basement extension construction on historic buildings and archaeology.

Our expert speakers include

  • Neil Burton, Director, Architectural History Practice - A history of basements

  • Jon Wade, Head of Policy, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Planning Department - Planning policy on basements

  • Sandy Kidd, Head of the Greater London Archaeology Advisory Service, English Heritage - Archaeological implications of basements

  • Jim Gardiner, Partner, Alan Baxter and Associates - Structural implications of basement construction

There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of each talk, and a general discussion during the closing session.

Tea and coffee will be served mid-afternoon.

This is a CPD workshop and CPD certificates will be provided on request.

This workshop is a joint IfA London Area Group and IHBC London workshop.

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