This day course will be held at Hatfield House. The course is aimed at anyone wanting to further their understanding of historic building surveying, condition surveys and scheduling or specifying of repairs. The results of the day course will provide a detailed schedule of repairs, with commentary on specification, for a gardener's bothy. This will be used to inform future conservation and renovation works.
The day will commence with an introduction and briefing. Attendees will be provided with material, such as measured surveys to aid their work. You will then be taken to the site to undertake your own survey of the building and schedule repairs. The afternoon will be spent in the onsite lecture rooms, with the tutor, evaluating the morning’s work and considering what should be identified by the survey and what the appropriate repairs specifications should include.
The day will be provided by Ed Morton of The Morton Partnership. Ed is Managing Director of The Morton Partnership Ltd, and an Engineer Accredited in Conservation. With, in excess of 25 years working on many of the country’s most important historic structures and has been appointed to numerous Cathedrals such as Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral and York Minster. Ed has surveyed and scheduled many hundreds of historic buildings and structures both for private clients, councils and amenity bodies including English Heritage, Historic England, The National Trust, SAVE Britain’s Heritage and many others.
We are very privileged to be hosting the course at the magnificent Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, which is home to the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury.
Feedback from previous delegates:
"Exactly what I need, great for my day-to-day work! Great to get out to look at a live site."
"Excellent course, made to be enjoyable and interactive which helps with understanding."
"This course was exactly what I hoped for - practical, useful, lots of helpful information and I learned lots from the other participants. Well worth the money."
"Well delivered, kept us engaged"
Friday 26 April 2019
Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
Ed Morton, The Morton Partnership