30 C AT H E D R A L COMMU N C I AT I O N S C E L E B R AT I N G T W E N T Y F I V E Y E A R S O F T H E B U I L D I N G CO N S E R VAT I O N D I R E C TO R Y 1 9 9 3 – 2 0 1 8 HERITAGE CONSULTANTS ◾ ◾ ANTONY GIBB LTD Ballarat, La Route de la Trinité, Trinity, Jersey JE3 5JN Tel 01534 863922 Fax 01534 832200 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.antonygibb.co.uk DESIGNERS AND HISTORIC BUILDINGS CONSULTANTS : IHBC recognised Historic Environment Service Provider (HESPR). The practice specialises in the careful repair of old buildings, carrying out inspections and administering conservation work on site. The practice also prepares historic building and historic area assessments and advises on alterations to the public realm, including civil engineering works. Work is carried out for public sector clients and for private individuals with historic structures of all types, both in Jersey and the United Kingdom. Clients include English Heritage, the Crown Estate, Jersey Heritage, National Trust for Jersey, Ports of Jersey and the States of Jersey. ◾ ◾ ARCHITECTURAL ARCHAEOLOGY 15 Grove Road, Ramsgate, Kent CT11 9SH Tel 01843 585792 Email email@example.com www.architecturalarchaeology.com Mark Samuel PhD FSA MCIfA HERITAGE AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SERVICES : A range of expertise and wealth of experience meets the requirements of planning permission, be these desk-based assessments, heritage statements, statements of significance or recording (CAD) of listed buildings; working from existing surveys as required. Many past projects working with conservation architects, heritage developers and archaeologists and a huge range of appropriate contacts with national experts provides the basis for informed answers to most queries. Content provision, including traditional reconstruction dioramas, can be provided for heritage interpretation purposes. www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeologyse Historic building recording, surveys and impact assessments Research & historical analysis A wide range of integrated specialist services Over 35 years of experience Reliable professional heritage solutions Archaeology South-East 2 Chapel Place, Portslade, East Sussex, BN41 1DR, 01273 426830 Sussex London Essex ■ RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ■ CONSERVATION PLANS ■ SIGNIFICANCE ASSESSMENTS ■ HERITAGE STATEMENTS ■ HISTORIC AREA ASSESSMENTS Architectural History Practice Ltd 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ firstname.lastname@example.org www.architecturalhistory.co.uk ◾ ◾ THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY PRACTICE LIMITED 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ Tel see website Email email@example.com www.architecturalhistory.co.uk HERITAGE CONSULTANTS : Established in 1998, AHP has expertise in research-based advice on the evolution and significance of heritage assets to inform conservation and development. The practice combines architectural history, documentary research and fabric analysis to provide a wide-ranging, experienced and expert heritage advice service: conservation plans; heritage statements; conservation area appraisals; designation and spot-listing advice; thematic building studies and heritage audits, particularly of places of worship. AHP clients include Historic England, English Heritage, the National Trust, religious organisations, private owners, BPTs and property companies. AHP covers England and Wales, with staff in London, Manchester, Suffolk and Southampton. See also: display entry on this page . ◾ ◾ ARMOUR HERITAGE LTD Foghamshire Timber Yard, Foghamshire Lane, Trudoxhill, Frome, Somerset BA11 5DG Tel 01373 836448 Mobile 07964 863143 or 07985 631411 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.armourheritage.co.uk ARCHAEOLOGY AND HERITAGE CONSULANTS : Armour Heritage Ltd provides a complete suite of archaeology and heritage services for planning and construction. Working with public and private sector clients across the UK it offers initial consultancy advice, listed building/ conservation area advice and historic building appraisals, research and historical analysis, desk-based assessments, heritage statements, environmental impact assessments and planning related services including archaeological management plans, planning appeals and enquiries. AH also offers fieldwork procurement and management services for its clients through locally and nationally based archaeological contractors for archaeological watching briefs, evaluations and excavations, geophysical surveys and historic building related services.