The Canal & River Trust is responsible for the third largest collection of listed buildings in the UK and the Heritage Advisory Group will provide valuable advice and support on heritage and conservation issues.
The Advisory Group members are:
A canal historian and boater. A member of the Council of the Canal & River Trust, having been nominated by the Railway & Canal Historical Society.
Runs conservation courses at Birmingham City University. Was awarded an MBE in 2014 for her services to the Historic Environment.
Currently chairman of the Association for Industrial Archaeology and is undertaking a National Overview of the Heritage of Inland Waterways for Historic England.
Director of GroverLewis. Has worked as a built heritage professional for over 30 years. Experience includes appointments as a conservation specialist in three English local authorities, higher education and consultancy. Is a founder member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation and full member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
Former Inspector of Historic Buildings at Cadw, Curator for National Trust, Conservation Manager for Monmouthshire County Council and then Senior Projects Advisor at The Prince's Regeneration Trust until starting Holland Heritage in 2015.
International general secretary of the International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, adviser on the Industrial Archaeological World Heritage. Vice-President of the International Council for the Conservation of Monuments and Sites in the UK.
Narrowboat owner and architect to the cathedrals of Ely, Newcastle and Christ Church, Oxford.
Architect, historic boat and industrial heritage specialist. Past chairman of the Boat Museum Trust and a former chair of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. He is also a member of the North Wales & Borders Waterways Partnership.
Margaret is the Collections Manager for Canal & River Trust. She’s responsible for the collections at the museums at Ellesmere Port, Gloucester and Stoke Bruerne. Margaret has 25 years’ experience working in the museum and heritage sector.
Head of Heritage at Canal & River Trust.
The Advisory Group plays an important role in helping to inform the heritage policies and procedures of the Trust and shaping innovative and forward-thinking approaches to managing the heritage of the waterways. The group members also bring with them a wide range of individual specialisms and expertise that can be called upon when required.
Last date edited: 22 May 2017