Get up to speed on infrastructure and the historic environment: HS2 in London
Thursday, 25 July 2019 - 13:30
Price: £10 for members (IHBC, CIfA, CIfA London Group); £15 for non-members
IHBC AGM attendance is free
Venue: The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, EC1M 6EL
Nearest Tube station: Farringdon
- Sheila Stones - Chair IHBC London Branch
- Ken Sabel - HS2 Area South Historic Environment Manager, Atkins
- David English - Development Advice Team Leader Historic England
- Sorina Spanou - Director MOLA Headland Infrastructure
Summary: The enabling works are under way and construction works are due to start this year. What have been the key heritage considerations? How are the decisions being made and who’s doing the work? What are the various roles of heritage professionals in a large-scale infrastructure project such as HS2? Have they found anything yet? What lessons have been learned?
Answers to these questions and more from those involved at both strategic and project levels in the private and public sectors – HS2, Historic England, Camden Council and MOLA Headland.
Tuesday, 30 July 2019 - 18:00
Venue: Museum of London Archaeological Archive, 46 Eagle Wharf Road, N1 7ED
Nearest Tube station: Old Street
- Adam Corsini - Archaeological Archive Manager, MOLA
Summary: The Museum of London Archaeological Archive is updating its standards for the preparation and deposition of archaeological archives. With aspirations to focus future acquisition on significance led collecting, we would like to host this evening event to open up discussions including the impact of the CIfA selection toolkit and the suggestion of a spectrum of significance for London projects.
This event includes an optional visit to the Archive store.
Refreshments will also be provided.
To book you place at either or both of these events go to our Events calendar