Rebecca is Heritage Team Leader for the North of England, Wales and Scotland, advising a wide range of clients and ensuring quality of heritage advice and long-term sustainability of the historic environment in the region.
Rebecca’s experience includes advising on a range of other historic building types ranging from the industrial Temple Mill in Leeds to the large estate at Auckland Castle and the 20th Century York Bunker. She has a passion for working with closely with clients to understand their needs and those of their sites, and development of funding strategies for a variety of organisations has given Rebecca a comprehensive understanding of ensuring successful repair, management and sustainability of heritage sites.
Places of Worship is one of Becky’s specialist areas; she has advised Durham and Newcastle Cathedrals and produced an innovative Conservation Management Plan for Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, a project funded by Getting Foundation. She has produced nationally-recognised work relating to Places of Worship at Risk, led authorship of the Historic England publication Major Parish Churches and is on the Cathedral Project Support Panel for the Association of English Cathedrals.