Heritage and Conservation Joinery

For some BWF members, the timber external joinery used in listed and historical buildings and in conservation areas accounts for the majority share of their work. As such, we are increasingly aware of the differences experienced on a regional basis relating to the guidance and regulations available and can provide a wide variety of advice to BWF member joinery companies.

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Obtaining suitable listed building consent

This BWF Heritage and Conservation Joinery Group Factsheet explains the rules around obtaining listed building consent and work in conservation areas

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Timber durability, sustainabillity and coatings

This BWF Heritage and Conservation Joinery Group Factsheet explains timber durability, sustainabillity and coatings considerations when repairing or upgrading heritage joinery

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Performance and aesthetics for external windows and doors

This BWF Heritage and Conservation Joinery Group Factsheet covers performance and aesthetics considerations for external windows and doors

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Glass and glazing options for Heritage and Conservation work

This BWF Heritage and Conservation Joinery Group Factsheet covers glass and glazing options

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Checklist for the replacement of timber joinery

This checklist has been created with the aim of providing a list of simple points for consideration by the manufacturer or installer, specific to the replacement of timber joinery in a listed building or conservation area.

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Defining Heritage and Conservation Joinery

This BWF Heritage and Conservation Joinery Group Factsheet explains the definitions of Heritage and Conservation Joinery