Another donation! Buildings conservation material

We are very pleased about *another* donation of material, this time of material relating to the conservation of the historic built environment.  It’s great to be able to extend our coverage in areas beyond our traditional strengths in book and paper conservation. The donation supplements our current holdings, filling out some partial series that were already present in the library, especially the “Short guides” and “Technical advice notes” produced by Historic Scotland. There are also some bilingual Welsh texts that should be interest to process. As a librarian it is always good to have fresh things to accession into the collection, and the Chantry Library is very grateful to donors who kindly enabled us to extend what we hold. Thank you! New books will be added onto SOLO (some are on already) but for now here is a quick handlist:

  1. Cadw. Renewable energy and your historic building [bilingual English and Welsh]
  2. Historic Environment Group, Climate change and the historic environment of Wales: A summary of potential impacts. [bilingual English and Welsh]
  3. Cadw. Conservation Principles: for the sustainable management of the historic environment in Wales. [bilingual English and Welsh]
  4. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 13: Applied Digital Documentation in the Historic Environment.
  5. Historic Environment Scotland. Sash & Case Windows. A short guide for home owners.
  6. IHBC. CONTEXT, No 137 November 2014.
  7. ASCHB Transactions 39, 2017.
  8. ASCHB Transactions 38, 2015.
  9. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 1: Fabric Improvements for Energy Efficiency in Traditional Buildings.
  10. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 3: The Repair and Maintenance of War
    Memorials.
  11. Historic Environment Scotland. Technical Advice Note 9: Stonecleaning of Granite Buildings.
  12. Historic Environment Scotland. Technical Advice Note 10: Biological Growths on Sandstone Buildings.
  13. Historic Environment Scotland. Technical Advice Note 12: Quarries of Scotland.
  14. Historic Environment Scotland. Technical Advice Note 23: Non-destructive investigation of standing structures.
  15. Historic Environment Scotland. Technical Advice Note 25: Maintenance and Repair of Cleaned Stone Buildings.
  16. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 10: Thermal Imaging in the Historic
    Environment.
  17. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 4: Maintenance and Repair Techniques for Traditional Cast Iron.
  18. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 7: Scottish Traditional Brickwork.
  19. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 6: Lime Mortars in Traditional Buildings.
  20. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 8: Micro-renewables in the Historic
    Environment.
  21. Historic Environment Scotland. Short Guide 9: Maintaining your Home.

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