The 2018 Autumn Study Tour was held in the Cities of London and Westminster a compact and compelling stage for much of the best of British architecture. The programme commenced on Friday morning and concentrated initially on the area of Thorney Island, culminating with the Palace of Westminster. Saturday was dedicated to the City of Westminster and included the Royal Courts of Justice, St Mary le Strand and St James's Palace. The day concluded with the Annual Dinner. Sunday was spent in the City of London, visiting historic highlights, including Wren’s City Churches and St Paul's Cathedral (including the Geometric Staircase and Great Model), and modern residential and commercial developments from the Barbican to the Walkie Talkie.
The local organisers were Professor Neil Jackson and Professor Anthony Geraghty; additional information can be found in the archive, including Delegate Details.
SAHGB Liability and Disability Access Policy
In common with other societies and in line with current legislation, the Society has adopted the following policy on its own liabilities and on the provision that it will make for those with special needs.
Events organised by the Society inevitably involve the provision of access to buildings and other locations that are associated with risks to personal and collective safety. Members and guests participate in events at their own risk. The Society will do its best to minimise such risks but neither it nor its officers accept any liability arising from its activities. The Society also reserves the right to refuse access to its events (or to any part of an event) to any member or guest who, in the judgment of a member of its Executive Committee or the event organiser, puts the safety of that individual or of other participants at risk.
The Society naturally wishes to offer access to its events to all members and guests and is compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act (2005). Disabled persons wishing to attend events should contact the Events Officer or Conference Coordinator (as appropriate) at the time of application for a discussion of the practicability of the itinerary and of any special arrangements that may need to be made, which the Society will do its best to accommodate. It cannot undertake to accommodate the special needs of disabled persons who do not contact its officers in advance of events and it may, for reasons of safety and liability described above, refuse such persons participation in parts or all of its events.
Information for Delegates to follow
Email enquiries should be sent to the Conference Co-ordinator
Dr Ann-Marie Akehurst