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Architects & Surveyors Association

The Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association is a learned Society, founded in 1872 as the Ecclesiastical Surveyors Association, to promote good standards of design and repair of ecclesiastical buildings, be they churches, chapels, halls, parsonage houses or similar buildings, across all denominations.

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19th October 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.24 churches have been shortlisted for the Best Modern Churches architecture competition being run by the National Churches Trust, The Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association and the 20th Century Society.

Please see attached for further details and the Shortlisted Churches

22nd September 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.EASA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

17th May 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.Dear Members,

Alarming news was received recently from a DAC Secretary in the South East stating current research suggested breathable roofing membranes e.g. Tyvek, previously accepted by Natural England are killing Bats.

Further investigation with local ecology groups in the South East resulted in us being sent a paper (attached) from Stacey Waring on breathable membranes.

We would welcome any comments, thoughts or experiences from members on this news and the paper.

9th May 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.Summer Meeting Details Fishguard, Pembrokeshire - Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July 2013

Please see attached information sheets for details

9th May 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.A Nationwide Competition is underway by the National Churches Trust to find the best church architecture of the last 60 years.

Click on the link and read the attached information sheet on the New Church Awards from the National Churches Trust

20th February 2013

Wakefield Cathedral Study Day.Please find details and booking form for a study day at Wakefield Cathedral looking at the reordering of the nave to provide high quality community space for worship and liturgical use. The day will look at the scheme as a whole and then in detail at the lime concrete slab and mechanical and electrical services used throughout the project concluding with a tour of the cathedral. We hope you can attend and look forward to seeing you on the day.

Book now to avoid disappointment!