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Heritage lectures bring experts to Aberdeen

1 Mar 2019

Aberdeen City Heritage Trust is delighted to launch its inaugural Aberdeen Heritage Lecture series starting on 24 April 2019.

Hosted and supported by Robert Gordon University, leading experts from around Scotland will give talks designed to improve understanding of the historic built environment and how best to care for it.

Subjects will range from architectural history through to the latest techniques being used in building conservation. 

Locally based professionals will have the chance to develop and keep their building conservation knowledge up-to-date while a wider audience can find out what is important in the world of building conservation.

The first of three lectures in the Spring series will be given by Kinlaw Laidlaw of Laidlaw Associates, on an innovative micro-grouting technique used to consolidate Burns Monument.  Details of the Spring lectures and how to purchase tickets can be found here.

Ian Davidson, a Chartered Building Surveyor and visiting Professor at Robert Gordon University, will facilitate the lectures which are to be held at Robert Gordon University.

Aberdeen City Heritage Trust is supported by Historic Environment Scotland and Aberdeen City Council.