Heritage news updates
On 31 July 2015 the National Gallery announced the transfer of Visitor Engagement and Security to Securitas. As a result PCS has called for indefinite strike action.
As the Natural History Museum’s unique urban wildlife garden celebrates its 20th anniversary it faces seeing more than half of its dozen or so individual habitats lost or uprooted under plans for a multi-million pound revamp of the institution’s grounds.
Nearly 200 countries around the world have now pledged to agree legally binding targets to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in the build up to the Paris 2015 talks.
The public were tempted with free cupcakes ̶ or “cutcakes” ̶ and other home baking as members of Prospect’s 300-strong branch at the British Library sought to raise awareness of the impact of funding cuts on staff and services.
English Heritage, where Prospect represents hundreds of specialists, is to split into two organisations from April 1.