Following a tender process LHBT are extremely pleased to confirm appointment of our Project Team for the Options Appraisal Enhancement for the Former Girls’ Charity School and adjoining no.24 Church Street, Edmonton.
Lead Consultant – Nicola de Quincey, architecture and conservation
Structural Engineer – Edward Morton, The Morton Partnership
Quantity Surveyor – Ian Walker, Walker Associates
Business Planner – Jim Roberts, Fourth Street
Community Consultant – Debbie Radcliffe
This team brings a huge amount of combined experience to our project and has demonstrated to us an excellent understanding of the needs and sensitivities of these historic buildings. As the team are getting started with the project, we’re now looking forward to working closely with them to identify a viable new future for this buildings and better understanding the local area and how they can respond to and benefit their community.
The project page on our website will be regularly updated as the project progresses, so please continue to follow us and find out more about what we’re doing. https://www.londonhistoricbuildings.org.uk/index.php/projects-2-buildings/charity-school-edmonton/
For more information about the project, or to share any thoughts or ideas, please contact Project Manager Rosie Shaw Rosie.email@example.com
This project has been generously supported by Grants from the Heritage Fund and the Architectural Heritage Fund.