Tristan has worked for over ten years in the architecture, development and planning sector on commercial and residential schemes with a focus on the historic built environment, property and urban space. His services comprise historic research and architectural analysis, listed building appraisals, heritage impact assessments, statements and written representations, as well as townscape analysis, conservation plans, consultations and report writing.
Tristan’s heritage consultancy informs site development, planning and design decisions affecting historic buildings and rural/urban sites. The projects that he has worked on include a Victorian bath house in Bethnal Green, the School of Oriental and African Studies at UCL, a mosque in Stoke Newington, a regeneration plan for Grimsby fish docks, and a Conservation Management Plan for Lancaster Royal Grammar School, as well as numerous residential properties in London and the South East.
Prior to a freelance career as a Senior Heritage Consultant, Tristan worked as a Senior Planner for ESA Design between 2004 and 2006, a Planning Consultant with Chris Blandford Associates in 2001-2002, and was contracted as a Research Manager for Visit Britain working on the policy paper Action for Attractions, published in 2000. Tristan has a Masters degree in Heritage Management from York University, is an Affiliate member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), and has a Level 5 Qualification in Management and Leadership (QCF) from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
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