Hall-McCartney are delighted to be involved in the following new projects!

IHBC Conference

18th October 2018, 9.30AM – 5PM

We are pleased to be involved with the IHBC again this year selling Exhibition space and literature distribution.

The IHBC is the principal UK organisation responsible for the preservation of historic structures, conservation areas and landscapes. Members work mainly in local authorities and other publicly funded bodies like English Heritage, but also in private practice and UK conservation organisations. The Delegates for this conference will include surveyors, planners, architects, conservation officers, urban designers, structural engineers and heritage managers involved in the care and conservation of the historic environment.

More information will be made available on our Exhibitions page in due course or email

The List

We are pleased to announce this exciting new SPAB publication to be produced in June 2018 with a print run of 15,000 copies. The List will be a high-quality, B5 format publication, spotlighting properties currently available across the regions; looking back to some of the best or most interesting properties featured over the course of the last year, and it will also feature the stories (and houses) of owners who have found their home through the SPAB Property List.


See our publications page for more details or email


7-8 SEPTEMBER 2018, 10AM – 5PM


The Old House show brings together some of the finest professionals and craftspeople involved with old buildings. More than 2000 informed and interested visitors will join us at Greenwich in September, making the SPAB Old House Show an unmissable showcase for your skill, product or company.

The show for homeowners, craftspeople and those working with old and ancient properties. Demonstrations of traditional crafts, presentations, general interest talks, exhibitors, technical advice and support, hands on activities and mini workshops.


If you’d like to find out more about exhibiting please visit the Exhibitions page or contact Geoff Connelly on 01462 896688 or email