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3487723636P H FirebraceTo carry out experiments to investigate the efficacy of vacuum injection as a method of repairing timber damaged by deathwatch beetle2014B/10.2Firebr
3487823637J WatfordShould the preservation of listed public houses with distinct layouts of rooms have them duly recognised as a national tradition in plan form and be i\\ 2014B/25.1Watfor
3488023638Austen DorresteynHistoric wood in Dutch heritage buildings. Perspectives, views, opinions and practices among heritage professionals in the Netherlands2015B/05.2Dorres
3488223640V G ColemanHow have changes to London's Queen Anne baroque churches influenced their significance and future viability?2014B/26Colema
3488323641J R BateFactors affecting likelihood of enforcement action and successful prosecutions by Local Planning Authoriities for offences under the Planning (Listed \\ 2014B/01.6Bate J
3488423642T J BeldenCan windmill brake wheels be made safer without altering the existing historic fabric to help prevent friction induced fires during strong winds?2015B/24.6Belden
3488523643J N JoubertThe origins and development of the medieval queen post roofs of East Anglia2014B/05.61Jouber
3488623644Madeleine HorrocksThe survival rates of leaded lights to interwar houses and an assessment of the impact of their loss2014B/06.3Horroc
3488723645J B O'CallaghanUnderstanding the significance of nineteenth-century restorations of medieval churches2014B/26O'Call
3488823646J KellyA methodology for the prioritisation for conservation of the ruined churches of County Cork in the care of the local authority2014B/26Kelly,
3488923647D E PopeArchitectural style and detailing: its relationship with the deterioration of historic brick chimneys2014B/06.2Pope D
3489023648A L StevensPurbeck marble: a diminishing heritage asset. Should we consider this mineral resource as a heritage asset to protect resources for future use?2014B/04.4Steven
3489123649Dan BurnstonePargetting : origins, development and survival2014B/07.3Burnst
3489223650Gary MacDougallCan historic water mill sites be used for the micro-generation of hydro-electricity?2014B/24.3MacDou
348931298J L DeaconAncient Rye : an illustrated handbook1911E/15Sussex
3489421910C A BuchananShapwick windmill / Journal of the Somerset Industrial Archaeological Society, 11976B/24.2Somers
3489523652S SinghThe Excalibur Estate : a conservation management plan for post-world-war II temporary housing2014B/09Singh,
3489623653C BlundellA study of the changing morphology of Wealden hall houses in the Maidstone area of Kent with particular emphasis on the evolution of the size of the h\\ 2015B/22Kent/B
3489723654Lucy BennettAre schools successful custodians of country houses?2014B/09Bennet
3489923656T E CornahDefining a set of features for the purpose of identifying and conserving the detched timber framed kitchens of Worcestershire2014B/06.9Cornah
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