The Conservation Department at Historic England play a critical role in ensuring that the historic environment of England is properly maintained and cared for. Responsible for technical advice, research, policy development, standard setting, publications and training on the decay and treatment of historic building materials, they work in partnership with central government, local authorities, voluntary bodies and the private sector; they allocate conservation grants, preside over many of the nation’s most important historic buildings and provide expert advice to the building industry.
Specialists from Historic England are available in a dedicated conservation area at the show to discuss stone conservation, current research projects and training.
They also oversee the conservation day of the Conference and helps publicise the Natural Stone Show within the built heritage community.
I've seen how techniques and machinery have advanced in the stone trade, making life easier, more efficient and saving money on a project
The Natural Stone Show has been really exciting for us, we’ve met a lot of great people and had a lot of traffic on the stand, it has been a great setting for our official launch.
You can find everything!
The real highlight of the show has been seeing so many people come to see the new colours that we've introduced...we've pulled in incredible crowds with the new range.
Visitor registration will be open from December 2018 however you can already register your interest below.