Having studied both History of Art and the Conservation of Historic Buildings, Sally combines a knowledge of architectural design with a practical understanding of the repair of historic buildings and the related statutory legislation. Since joining the practice in early 2008, Sally has undertaken work on a wide variety of Conservation Management Plans, Historic Building Appraisals and Heritage Impact Assessments.
Sally’s experience has given her a valuable insight into a range of conservation professions and the day-to-day operation of charitable organizations and local authorities. She also has two year’s experience working as a hands-on stone conservator with Minerva Stone Conservation, gaining a practical understanding of the threats historic buildings face and how they can be mitigated.
Her wide-ranging voluntary work includes time with SAVE Britain’s Heritage, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Norfolk County Council’s Heritage and Landscape Department.