The resources here are designed to help you in the care of your church.
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This guidance relates to the installation of transmission equipment in, or more probably on, churches, most likely in relation to the use of mobile phones and for broadband access in areas where reception is currently poor. While these two technologies are distinct the process is similar.
This note offers congregations and installers advice about Historic England’s involvement with proposals to install telecommunications equipment.
The current list of QQ architects and surveyors
Many medieval churches are used by bats. This resource provides advice about how you can share your place of worship with bats.
In this brochure you will find information on many aspects of the work of the DAC.
Churches, like other buildings, can outlive their original purpose. This may be due to population movements, changing social patterns, or other factors.
A faculty is a permission granted by the Chancellor of the Diocese or the Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry concerned in the Consistory Court of the Diocese.
Guidelines for the installation of photovoltaic cells that any parish seeking to install photovoltaic cells must meet.
The Diocese of Truro is committed to the Shrinking the Footprint targets for the Church, and PV panels are part of the means to achieve these targets.
Many churches are unaware that they, as the client, are partially responsible for ensuring health and safety on site during building works.
This guidance gives advice on how to avoid fires and how to ensure people’s safety
if a fire does start.
Conservation is about more than preserving listed buildings as museum pieces – it is about managing change in all our historic places, recognising what is significant about them, what in them has value, whether spiritual, historical, aesthetic, cultural or communal.
Guidance on Procurement rules regarding architects’ and surveyors’ (professional advisers).
Guidance notes for PCCs when commissioning a new window for a church.
The Parochial Church Council is responsible for the care and maintenance of trees, and this includes the planting of new trees, in any churchyard or burial ground it is liable to maintain.
Guidance notes for the PCC when installing new noticeboards for churches.
The main purpose of window guards is to protect the windows against the effects of casual vandalism.
The Routine Care of Historic Furniture and Fixed Woodwork in Churches.
A bells project from first principles.
Guidance notes for new altar frontals,
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