Building Conservation | Lime, Mortar & Plaster - Part 2

01.05.2024 • 1080p
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Users and custodian of Grade 1 listed Union Chapel in Islington explain what the built heritage means to them, the role it plays within the community and the contribution it makes to well being, sustainability and sense of place for those experiencing it and how to get involved. Following on from Part one, learn how to prepare a lath and plaster wall and all the trade secrets to deliver a wonderful traditional lime based product to use. Part 1: • Building Conservation | Lime, Mortar ... Union Chapel is a Grade 1 listed fantastic Victorian gem in Islington, a world-renowned, award-winning performance venue where heritage, faith, community and progressive values in the service of social justice come together at the heart of Islington. Built heritage and conservation play a very important role to the community well being and sustainability. As part of Union Chapel heritage programme supported by Historic England, discover how you can take part to it by using the trade secrets to repair traditional buildings and help us to preserve our heritage for future generations.