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Council Meeting Summary October 2020

Chairman’s report Currently the Council continues to meet by Zoom, though we are exploring how the Annual Conference and the Practical Weekends might be structured using a blend of online

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Restoration Grants – 2018 Conference Presentation

Presentation given by Keith Falconer 1st September 2018    The AIA Restoration Grants – What a Very Rewarding  10 years! Back in 2009 one of our members approached the Chairman,

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Council Meeting Summary – Salford, 13 October 2018

On the previous day a Seminar on Creative Re-use had been held at the same venue in Salford, so having several Council members already to hand it was deemed fitting

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Council Meeting Summary – February 2018

40 years of IA Review. This year marks the 40th year of publication of the Industrial Archaeology Review. A 40th anniversary issue in the autumn will mark the occasion with

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What has Council been up to lately?

AIA Council Meetings 6/7 October, 2017 A discussion meeting on the 6th was concerned with The future direction of the AIA. Council examined what we do (and what we don’t

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AIA Award Winners 2017

Our awards scheme continues to flourish and to be recognised nationally – one often finds mention of it when looking up a particular project or book. We were delighted, as

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AIA 2017 Restoration Grants

( From the report given at the AIA Conference, August 2017 ) The AIA has great pleasure in reporting that a second anonymous donor has generously come forward to support

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Shane Kelleher confirmed as Industrial Heritage Support Officer

AIA Council Member Shane Kelleher has recently been confirmed as the Industrial Heritage Support Officer (IHSO) for England. Shane had previously been on secondment as IHSO from his role as

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Best Creative Reuse Award – 2016

King Edward Mine (KEM), Troon, Nr Camborne, Cornwall Count House and Carpenters’ Workshop What is the Workspace Project at King Edward Mine (KEM)? Originally developed as South Condurrow Tin Mine,

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Council Meeting Summary – October 2016

As is usually the case, the final Council meeting of the year was held at Coalbrookdale and the following are highlights of the discussions and decisions taken. Electronic publication of