The latest news from Irving Patrick. Whether you’re a heritage site, religious foundation or cultural organisation, we’re here to help your project flourish.

Helping Historic Buildings Go Green

Wednesday 24 January, 2024

Tuesday 2nd January, 2024 Are you the custodian of a heritage building daunted by the prospect of achieving net zero carbon? Do you need help understanding your options for ‘going green’ – assessing the impact of easy wins and more costly interventions? If so, IPC can help! With funding from Innovate UK, IPC has developed […]

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Winter is a season of recovery and preparation

Tuesday 27 September, 2022

As winter approaches and energy prices soar many heritage organisations are considering their options for keeping the heating on and their buildings dry.  Maintaining a stable temperature and humidity in an old building is essential, not just for the comfort of visitors, but also to stave off problems such as excess moisture and leaching of […]

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Conservation & Heritage Journal

Tuesday 27 September, 2022

A poignant sign hangs on the wall of the Church of St Helen’s in Biscathorpe, located near Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Beneath a layer of plaster dust and cobwebs it pleads: ‘Please Help. We have no income for the upkeep of this church’.  St Helen’s dwindling congregation may have led to its eventual disuse, […]

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Wednesday 21 September, 2022

Two highly experienced heritage specialists have launched Irving Patrick Consulting in Lincoln – a consultancy for transformational heritage, conservation and church projects in the UK. Co-founded by company directors Dr Anne Irving and the Revd. Canon John Patrick – who worked together for many years at Lincoln Cathedral – Irving Patrick Consulting will provide fundraising, […]

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