About the Show
The Listed Property Show
Meet the biggest collection of listed building suppliers and experts under one roof.
If you are maintaining, altering or renovating your listed home – or even looking to buy one – The Listed Property Show is not to be missed!
8 & 9 February 2020
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
What you can expect to find at the show
The Listed Property Show is a two day event where you can gather more information and expert advice in one weekend than you can through months of personal research! We’ve brought together the industry’s best, all under one roof, to save you money, time and stress.
- Independent Conservation Officers for stress-free one-to-one conversations
- Over 150 of the country’s leading suppliers and experts to listed buildings
- Advice on hypothetical plans to alter your building
- Conservation architects and caring builders
- Meet with The Listed Property Owners’ Club experts and gather information about buying, unauthorised works, surveyance, VAT, grants, maintenance, mortgages, insurance and laws
- Exclusive “Ask the Experts Panel” of leading industry professionals
- Practical demonstrations including plaster and lead work, window restoration, lime mortar, master carvers, brickwork and paint
- Feature display of buildings in need of repair and for sale, in association with Historic England and SAVE Britain’s Heritage
- A full interactive talk programme including subjects such as damp, surveys, house history, energy efficiency and historic garden design
- Specific advice and expertise for the owners or managers of flats/apartments within a listed building,
including management companies, and commercial listed buildings
MEET THE LPOC EXPERTS
Meet with The Listed Property Owners’ Club experts and gather information about buying or owning a listed property, unauthorised works, surveyance, grants, maintenance, mortgages and laws. The Club can also provide specific advice and expertise available for owners or managers of flats/apartments within a listed building, including management companies, and commercial listed buildings.
Peter Bell, LPOC’s Conservation Advisor, will lead a team of of independent conservation officers who will be available for free one-to-one conversations. They will help you better understand the obligations and requirements of owning a listed property and discuss any plans or hypothetical plans you may have for altering or extending your home. You are welcome to bring plenty of photographs and sketches of your property with you.
Alongside these officers will be a wide range of very experienced and competent RIBA registered architects all with the expertise and experience to develop your plans to fruition.
EXHIBITORS & DEMONSTRATIONS
Over 150 of the country’s leading experts will be at the show to give advice and guidance. Many will be giving practical demonstrations including plaster and lead work, window restoration, lime mortar, master carvers, brickwork and paint. Other exhibitors includes Historic England, architectural historians as well as many commercial suppliers of products particularly suitable for period homes.
2020 Show Talks
10:30 – Control of Dampness
Dampness is the biggest cause of deterioration in old buildings. Standard solutions that are applied for its treatment in modern buildings may be highly inappropriate and ineffective in traditionally constructed properties. This presentation explains the nature and causes of dampness, how to accurately diagnose it and the range of methods suitable for its control in older (pre-1919) buildings.
By Douglas Kent, Chartered Surveyor and Historic Building Consultant
11:15 – Ask the Experts
Our Ask the Experts panel will be on hand to discuss a multitude of topics regarding owning a listed home. The panel will be led by LPOC’s Conservation Advisor Peter Bell and he will be joined by Historic England representative Emily Gee, Chartered Surveyor and Historic Building Consultant Douglas Kent, a Conservation Architect, Property Lawyer Suzanne Bowman, LPOC’s VAT Advisor Dave Brown and Insurance Advisor Jim Sales. Come armed with your pressing issues and concerns and join in the debate.
12:30 – House History
A beginner’s guide to researching the history of your house “Every House Has A Storey.”
By Ellen Leslie of Ellen Leslie Ltd Historical Research
13:15 – Slice of Lime
An introduction to the use of lime in renovation. Covering a brief history of lime, the chemistry involved, types of limes and confusion with selection, additives and examples of typical applications.
By Ryan Stojic of Mike Wye & Associates
14:00 – An Owner’s Guide to Obtaining Listed Building Consent
Obtaining Listed Building Consent or Planning Permission can be a challenging and complex task. Learn what it means for you if your property is listed and you want to undertake refurbishment or building works, and what you will need to do to successfully obtain Listed Building Consent or Planning Permission.
By Alex Robinson and Hannah Armstrong, Heritage
Consultants at Pegasus Group
14:45 – Building Performance: Keeping your Home Warm and Dry
In a time where energy was expensive, many traditional homes were designed using clever tricks to maximise efficiency. In this talk we will explore how construction was originally intended to work, how traditional features can be reintroduced to improve comfort, and how modern services can work with your historic home.
By Dr Robyn Pender, Senior Architectural Advisor at Historic England
15:30 – The do’s and don’ts of Finding a Restoration Builder
By Bryan Williamson of B Williamson and Daughters
16:15 – The Importance of Considering Bats in Buildings
Jo Ferguson is the Built Environment Officer for the Bat Conservation Trust, with a background as an ecological consultant specialising in bat survey and mitigation. Jo will outline how bats use buildings and why they are so important in a bat’s life cycle. She will discuss bats legal protection and what to do when considering carrying out works where bats could be impacted.
By Jo Ferguson, Built Environment Manager at The Bat Conservation Trust
10:30 – Timber Frame Buildings
Types of common problems encountered, repair to common problems. Making your timber frame building more thermally efficient and protecting it for the future.
By Stephen Curtis of Greenman Carpentry Co
11:15 – What are my Responsibilities as an Owner of a Listed Building?
Nick will consider the legal and ethical duties that come with ownership of a listed building, focusing on maintenance, repair and alteration.
By Nick Bishop, Heritage Director at Avalon Planning & Heritage
12:00 – House History
Tracing the history of your period home, focusing on what value this adds to your property as well as how you can use architectural clues and original records in archives and libraries to bring the story of your house to life.
By Nick Barratt of House Detectives
12:45 – Ask the Experts
Our Ask the Experts panel will be on hand to discuss a multitude of topics regarding owning a listed home. The panel will be led by LPOC’s Conservation Advisor Peter Bell and he will be joined by Historic England representative Andy Brown, a Conservation Architect, Property Lawyer Suzanne Bowman, Chartered Building Surveyor Duncan Philips, LPOC’s VAT Advisor Dave Brown and Insurance Advisor Jim Sales. Come armed with your pressing issues and concerns and join in the debate.
13:45 – Advice on Regular Maintenance
When it comes to looking after an older house, it’s very important to carry out regular maintenance in order to prevent expensive repairs at a later date. Maintenance is cost effective. Tiny problems can soon escalate and even risk permanently damaging your home if they’re not tackled when they’re first spotted. A properly maintained home will keep its value. This presentation will provide you with Historic England’s top tips to keep maintenance under control, as well as taking you through what help and advice they can provide.
By Historic England
14:30 – Energy Efficiency in Listed Properties
Discover how installing renewable heating systems is good for the fabric of listed properties, the pitfalls to avoid and how Government incentives can help pay for installing the systems.
By Edward Levien of ISO Energy
15:15 – Surveys
Listed Building Surveys discusses the main issues to consider when buying or owning a listed building, illustrates severe defects such as death watch beetle, dry rot and frost damage to brickwork and discusses practical ways of dealing with damp issues.
By Dr Duncan Philips of Listed Building Surveys
2020 Exhibitors Include
- Acanthus Clews Architects
- Adam Architecture
- Adams & Remers
- AKS Ward
- Alexander Sturrocks Windows & Doors
- Anglia Lime Company
- Anta Scotland Ltd
- Anthony Swaine Architecture Ltd
- Ark Stained Glass Ltd
- Arthur Jack + Company
- Avalon Planning & Heritage
- B Williamson & Daughters
- Bernard Dru Oak Ltd
- Bat Conservation Trust
- Between Time Ltd
- Brooking Museum of Architectural Detail
- Broughtons Since 1888
- Charter Lighting by Absolute Action
- Classic Comfort
- CN Glass Limited
- Cradley Brick
- David Brown VAT
- Derek Plummer Chartered Architect
- Desbruslais Chartered Surveyors
- Distinctive Country Furniture
- Dolden Associates
- DRY Architects
- ECO-Renovation UK
- Ellen Leslie Ltd (Historical Research)
- Exceptional Agency
- Flint and Flame
- Forterra Red Bank
- Gartenart Swimming Ponds
- Granada Glazing Ltd
- Greenman Carpentry Co Limited
- Historic England
- Hogarth Lighting
- Home Portraits 4 U Ltd
- House Detectives
- Hurlingham Baths
- Ian Abrams Architect Ltd
- Ironwork of Distinction Limited
- ISO Energy
- J & JW Longbottom Ltd
- James Slater & Co
- John Williams Roofing & Co.
- Keim Mineral Paints Ltd
- Keymer Handmade Clay Plain Tiles
- Lime Culture
- Listed Building Surveys
- Locker & Riley
- LPOC Insurance Services
- Mason Navarro Pledge Ltd
- McCurdy & Co.
- Michael Kingdom LLP
- Mike Honour Windows /
- Lattice Period Windows
- Mike Wye
- Mitchell & Dickinson Ltd
- Nash Baker Architects
- Nigel Bird Architects
- Old House Store
- Oxford & London Building Company
- Pegasus Group
- Pearly Grey Ocean Club
- Plant Life
- Plowden & Smith
- Prelude Stone Ltd
- Renaissance Textiles
- Richmond Oak Conservatories
- Round Robin Studio
- Salcey Cabinet Makers
- Selectaglaze Secondary Glazing
- SheepWool Insulation
- SIS Group – Pest Infestation Control
- Smithers Purslow Ltd
- Spencer & Fry
- Stephen Langer Architects
- Storm Bespoke Secondary Glazing
- Swift Conservation
- Tatra Glass (UK)
- The Conservation Shutter Company
- The Georgian Group
- The Guide Dogs for the Blind
- The IHBC
- The Listed Property Owners’ Club
- The Master Carvers’ Association
- The Rooflight Company
- The Rug & Carpet Studio
- The Woodland Trust
- Tony Birch Ltd
- Traditional Roof Lanterns
- Ventrolla Ltd
- Weald & Downland Living Museum
- Woodstock of Ascot
- WSL Will Writing
The Listed Property Show
8 & 9 February 2020
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
- 1 Day Adult Entry £10
- Membership + 2 Show tickets (see below) £48
- LPOC Members Free with invite*
ON THE DOOR PRICE
- 1 Day Adult Entry £15
- LPOC Members Free with invite*
Advance Ticket Purchase Special Offers
2 show tickets + 1 year’s membership to The Listed Property Owners’ Club for just £48, usual membership price £60. Click HERE to purchase – alternatively call 01795 844939.
*LPOC members: Please note you will receive a free invitation for two which will be sent with the January issue of Listed Heritage magazine.*
Advance tickets will go off sale at 1pm Friday 7th February 2020.
For any ticket or membership enquiries please call the Club on 01795 844939 or email firstname.lastname@example.org