For the second year, we are exhibiting at the Historic Buildings Parks and Gardens Exhibition at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, Tuesday 12 November 2019.
Our team will be promoting Cliveden Conservation’s expertise to owners and custodians of historic buildings (private, commercial and industrial) parks and gardens. The Exhibition is held in parallel with the Historic Houses Annual General Meeting.
As well as promoting its expertise in the conservation of stone masonry, terracotta, plaster, wall paintings and decorative arts, the team will be raising awareness of our heritage consultancy services.
We will also be exhibiting the application of both virtual augmented reality and how these exciting new technologies can be harnessed and utilised by the heritage sector.
“After an excellent response last year, we are looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand, discussing what we do and inviting them to experience some of our conservation projects through a virtual reality headset,” concludes Lewis Proudfoot, Director of Cliveden Conservation.