Date: 22 June 2016
When: 0930 – 1630
Where: Priors Hall, Winchester Catheddral
Cost: £120.00 plus VAT (£144.00) to include seminar proceedings, all refreshments, lunch and comprehensive delegate pack
The day’s course will consider in depth three aspects of building conservation.
The venue has been carefully chosen as the Cathedral Close contains buildings dating from the medieval period to the 19th century. The Priors Hall in which the course is being held is within the Deanery which has at its core the 13th century Priors house. The building was altered and upgraded in the later part of the 17th century covering much of the original internal details. Nearby is the Pilgrims Hall now part of Pilgrim’s school. This building retains the earliest surviving hammerbeam roof in England. Near the priory gate is a long timber framed range originally the priory stabling dating to 1479. There are many other fine example of buildings within the Close illustrating a wide range of roofing and building materials used at various periods.
Kevin Stubbs is a Historic Buildings Consultant and comes with a background of education, archaeology and building conservation. He was Director of Archaeology for the Test Valley in Hampshire and later moved to Hampshire County Council to join the Historic Buildings Bureau, where he became the Principal Buildings Conservation Officer for the County. For eleven years he acted as the Director of a Conservation Centre and now runs his own Historic Building Consultancy and Training Company.
He advises on the repair and maintenance of all historic structures and provides training at all levels for the building conservation industry. This includes the development of historic building technology, traditional materials and hands-on craft training. Work for Local Government Authorities includes Conservation Area appraisals, historic building condition surveys and feasibility studies. He has provided training exercises with local communities to raise awareness of their village plans and local heritage interpretation documents and he has provided Traditional Skills Awareness Courses for a number of bodies.
He undertakes the Historic Analysis of buildings and produces: Statements of Significance; Method Statements; Impact Assessments and Specifications for the repair and conservation of traditional buildings.
He lectures for various CPD providers, Universities and national building conservation organizations including SPAB, RICS and the Weald and Downland Museum. Topics include: Bricks and Mortar; Lime, Plasters and Renders; Cob and Earth, Timber Frame and Stone Structures and Traditional Roofing.
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