Managing change in the historic environment
Our expert heritage team has the knowledge and experience to guide clients through the complexities of promoting and managing change in the historic environment.
We believe that informed and intelligently managed change is vital in securing the future of heritage assets in the 21st century. This careful balance is complementary to the principles of sustainable development and successful place-shaping.
Heritage assets ranging from historic buildings to World Heritage Sites and historic parks and gardens are increasingly encountered in promoting and managing change in the built environment. Establishing their architectural, historic, archaeological and artistic significance is fundamental in understanding how change can be best managed.
Our heritage service comprises experienced conservation planning professionals with backgrounds in consultancy, at English Heritage and in local government. We have a proven track record positively promoting change in the historic environment working in all sectors across England, Scotland and Wales
We provide a full range of heritage and conservation planning services to private and public sector clients, including:
- Heritage research and advice
- Significance assessments
- Historic area assessments
- Heritage strategies
- Conservation management plans and agreements
- Heritage statements, applications and appeals, including expert witness
- Representation and rebuttal.
If you would like to discuss any heritage planning issue please contact Roger Mascall, Director of Heritage.
Please click below to see our Heritage Capability Statement.