Historic Building Conservation Consultants
Rock Davidson Historic Building Conservation Consultants, based in Malvern Worcestershire, have 30 years of experience and interest in the arts, architectural history, social history, education, genealogy and building conservation.
RDA is a consultancy providing professional and independent historical buildings research, architectural building recording, conservation plans, heritage statements and assessment of significance, statements of significance; ,conservation area appraisals, designation and listed building advice; house history research for house owners or for businesses such as hoteliers and publicans.
February 10th 2018
RDA attended the West Midlands Victorian Society AGM in Birmingham
Louisa Davidson granted upgrade status from Associate IHBC to FULL IHBC
RDA attended C20 WM in Birmingham on ‘C20 Listing Seminar’ and IHBC SOUTH branch Newbury Shaw House ‘The Evolution of Middle Class House Interiors’ Conference
Louisa from RDA delivered successful lecture and guided walk for IHBC West Midlands this month.
“Louisa Davidson’s talk and walking tour in the morning was fascinating and gave insight into the eclectic and marvellous architectural heritage of Great Malvern. It also highlighted some of the shocking things that can happen when development is not considered holistically with regard to every aspect of the historic environment, designated and non-designated heritage assets including setting and significance and the impact that new development can have, if not checked by current planning policies and informed thinking. It certainly provoked a lot of discussion for the delegates attending.”
Jacob Rock from RDA was selected to take part in this year’s SPAB working party, he jumped at the opportunity to develop his existing skills and work with new approaches to traditional materials and processes in hot lime pointing, and in soft capping.
[See News Sheet 8]
RDA attend VAG Conference Herts [See News Sheet 7]
2nd Edition of Louisa’s book has been published
Architectural Guidebook Great Malvern Worcestershire
This re print and 2nd edition includes new pages on St Ann’s Well
and Malvern’s Victorian Cemetery etc and a Glossary
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