#IBPC2019 Presentations

21st November 2019 saw our 5th Annual International Building Preservation conference take place at the Slate, Coventry, with over 120 delegates attending!

This year’s conference programme featured a great mix of elements within the building preservation industry from dampness in its many forms to bugs and beetles and what’s more, included the launch of a new best practice methodology for the inspection of dampness in traditional buildings.

We hope you enjoyed the day and a BIG Thank You to all who attended.

Delegate feedback

  • “Fantastic conference”. [conference delegate]
  • “A really good mix of topics”. [conference delegate]
  • “An excellent conference as usual”. [conference delegate]
  • “Some excellent speakers – another great conference”. [conference delegate]
  • “More items like Nicholas Donnithorne’s!”. [conference delegate]


Programme & Speaker Presentations

Session 1: “The Importance of Damp & Timber Defects in Property Sales”

Presentation - Home Surveys in a Changing Marketplace - Paul Cutbill

Presentation - A Brave New World - Dr Duncan Philips

Presentation - Reports - How to Get them Right, Legally


Session 2: “Damp in All Its Forms”


Presentation - To Vent or Not to Vent - Subfloor Voids

Presentation - The Evolution of Damp Control - James Berry


Session 3: “Emerging Challenges”


Presentation - Homes & Landlords Act: What are the implications for Landlords? What do Landlords Require to Fend off Unscrupulous Tenants

Presentation - Driving Retrofit Quality - The Domestic Retrofit Standard PAS 2035

Presentation - Driving Retrofit Quality - The Domestic Retrofit Standard PAS 2035

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