This page has been put together as a photographic record of the existing site information which is part of the Schedule Monument Consent application that we are preparing for Historic England for this unique site,
RIBA, ARB, CA, OCDEA. A fully qualified architect specialising in Conservation projects. She has vast experience in the repair of historic buildings, managing multi-disciplinary teams and providing professional advice, design and liaison work and bid preparation. Notable past projects include the conversions of Scheduled Ancient Monuments such as Spitbank Fort, (double RIBA award winner, 2012) 'The Hotwalls Studios' at Point Battery, (Portsmouth Society Award, 2017) No Mans Land Fort, Fort Gilkicker, Fort Widley and various fortifications on the island of St Helena. She is also a qualified energy assessor and advocate for re-use and repurposing rather than new build approach. She is a full member of ICOMOS and has published papers for international seminars, presented at local seminars and prepared desktop studies for Unesco World Heritage site selection.
A design professional with 14 years’ experience working in the architecture industry. He has taken a senior design team role on masterplanning projects and Scheduled Monument conversions and restorations. He is a professional photographer and graphic designer whose work has been exhibited locally, and has recently been assisting in the production of desktop studies for ICOMOS for annual Unesco World Heritage site selection and attended international seminars.
has a Masters Degree in Architecture. He provides a fresh and innovative input in architectural concept design, and utilises superior presentation skills to help produce drawings and document packages that assist in public engagement exercises, He is a proficient user of a range of computer-based design tools, including 3D modeling and rendering programmes, and provides a vital role in bringing projects to fruition. Participated published work, winner of the Hays Prize for best critical writing, BA Hons Architecture.
An economics student whose passion sparked for virtual reality technology. This interest was fanned and then set in stone at an European digital workshop focused on innovation. He is responsible for capturing the existing complex spaces and artefacts to be made viewable in a virtual tour format available for wider audiences.