Quinquennial Inspections
sponsored by ecclesiastical
Supporting over 16,000 cathedral and church buildings of The Church of England
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  • 16,000 buildings. One resource.
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About ChurchCare

Within the Church of England every church building must be inspected by an architect or chartered building surveyor approved by the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC) every five years.

This regular system of review is designed to ensure that church buildings are kept in good repair.

The pages on the left will help you to find out about working with your professional adviser, preparing for and receiving the report.

Click here to complete the Questionnaire on the efficient working of the Schemes established under the Inspection of Churches Measure 1955.

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Upcoming Events

WORKING WITH CONSERVATORS WORKSHOP

31 March 2017 (Berkeley, Gloucestershire)

CATHEDRAL CHAPTER TRAINING

9 March 2017 (York), 10 June 2017, 11-12 October 2017

DAC BELL ADVISERS CONFERENCE 2017

30 June 2017 (Lincoln)

ORGAN ADVISERS CONFERENCE 2017

Tuesday 29 – Thursday 31 August 2017 (Cambridge)

ANNUAL DAC CONFERENCE 2017

Tuesday 19 – Thursday 21 September 2017 (Portsmouth)