The Building Conservation Directory 2024

33 CATHEDRAL COMMUNICATIONS THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY 2024 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 HERITAGE CONSULTANTS cont’d ◼ JULIAN HARRAP ARCHITECTS LLP 95 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AG Tel 020 7729 5111 Email DESIGN AND CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS: See also: display and profile entries in Architects, pages 16 and 18. ◼ KATHRYN SATHER & ASSOCIATES 87 Oldfield Road, Altrincham WA14 4BL Tel 0161 941 1414 Email HERITAGE CONSERVATION CONSULTANTS: The practice offers a wide range of heritage conservation services specialising in the preparation of conservation plans, conservation statements, heritage statements, conservation area character appraisals and historic area appraisals. Additional services include expert witness at planning appeals (both public inquiries and informal hearings); advice on fundraising and preparation of grant applications for building conservation and heritage education projects. Principal consultant Kathryn Sather has over 34 years’ extensive experience in the field of building conservation. ◼ L U C 12th Floor, Beacon Tower, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 4XE Tel 0117 389 0700 ▪ 16A 15th Floor, Brunel House, 2 Fitzalan Road, Cardiff CF24 0EB Tel 0292 032 9006 ▪ Atholl Exchange, 6 Canning Street, Edinburgh EH3 8EG Tel 0131 326 0900 ▪ 37 Otago Street, Glasgow G12 8JJ Tel 0141 403 0900 ▪ 250 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8RD Tel 020 7199 5801 ▪ 4th Floor, 57 Hilton Street, Manchester M1 2EJ Tel 0161 802 2800 ▪ 32 Eyre Street, Sheffield S1 4QZ Tel 0114 392 2366 Email HERITAGE CONSULTANTS: Providing pragmatic advice to local authorities, developers, statutory bodies and NGOs, LUC helps clients understand opportunities and issues created by change in historic places. LUC’s research and policy work puts it at the forefront, understanding the direction of travel in international and domestic policy and practice. LUC provides integrated, holistic advice from plan-making to delivery stage. Services include impact assessment and heritage statements, evidence, site assessment and advice for local plans, policy research and guidance, characterisation, asset condition surveys and management plans, expert witness and evidence reviews. See also: profile entry in Landscape Architects, page 109. ◼ McDANIEL WOOLF ARCHITECTURE & HERITAGE Larkfield Studios, 32 Larkfield Road, Richmond, London TW9 2PF Tel 020 8332 1981 Email HERITAGE CONSULTANTS: See also: profile entry in Architects, page 18. ◼ MOLA (MUSEUM OF LONDON ARCHAEOLOGY) ▪ London Tel 020 7661 1821 ▪ Basingstoke Tel 01256 587320 ▪ Northampton Tel 01604 809800 ▪ Chester Tel 01244 264313 ▪ Bristol Tel 0117 907 0346 ▪ East of England Tel 01279 755252 Email HERITAGE PLANNING: MOLA’s built heritage consultants expertly guide clients through the planning process. Working across the UK, the team provides advice on national and local planning policy and assists with heritage management and listed building, conservation area, and scheduled monument consents. MOLA’s reports are researched by experienced consultants and include heritage statements, environmental statements, and conservation management plans. See also: profile entry in Archaeologists, page 10. ◼ ODGERS CONSERVATION CONSULTANTS LTD Tel 07738 717646 Email HERITAGE CONSULTANTS: The company was established in 2005 to provide support and advice to all those responsible for the repair and maintenance of historic buildings, monuments, sculptures and sites, both in the UK and abroad. Since then, it has become known for delivering carefully considered, detailed, clear and practical advice. Angus Lawrence and David Odgers (both accredited conservators) are the principal consultants who also work with other professionals including architects, surveyors, curators, structural engineers and conservators of other disciplines. ◼ PRIORY HERITAGE LTD The Old Clay Works, Little Staughton, Bedfordshire MK44 2BX Tel 01234 376866 Email HISTORIC BUILDINGS CONSULTANTS, CONSERVATION ACCREDITED SURVEYORS: Priory Heritage specialises in church works and secular historic building projects. The practice undertakes quinquennial inspections, provides repair advice and oversees restoration projects on site. Practice principal David Llewellyn is conservation accredited with over 35 years’ experience providing considered practical advice for historic building conservation. Working with Historic England, church diocese as well as individual property owners Priory Heritage provides significance reports, impact assessments and repair specifications. It manages faculty and consent applications, competitive tendering and, alongside specialist contractors, oversees restoration works on site. Where appropriate the practice can provide conservation advice B2B on a consultancy basis. ◼ PURCELL 15 Bermondsey Square, London SE1 3UN Tel 020 7397 7171 Email ARCHITECTS, HERITAGE CONSULTANTS AND BUILDING SURVEYORS: Ranked No 1 for heritage architecture in the WA100 2023 survey, Purcell draws on over seven decades of experience with complex sites of all scales and typologies. Purcell’s approach balances historic value against vulnerability to unlock growth opportunities, creating a sustainable future for historic places. See also: display and profile entries in Architects, page 19.