Historic Environments

We regard conservation as a specialized and constructive process of managing change. All buildings and sites change in response to the demands made of them – by their owners, by their users, by evolving social and regulatory requirements, by wear and tear and the environment.

This is achieved through a collaborative process of investigation and research that involves a wide community of building users and stakeholders. We believe that when properly undertaken, conservation can both enhance historic authenticity and achieve transformation ensuring a sustainable future for our built heritage.


Full detail of the services we provide are found in HERITAGE SERVICES



Historic Environments, Our Ethos,

“The object is not just conservation, but sustainable conservation – that is an outcome that optimises the usefulness of the building for the future as an asset, as well as a ‘heritage asset’.”

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