Emma joined Barton Willmore as a Graduate Heritage Planner in July 2019, based in the Cambridge Office.
Emma has experience working on a variety of heritage projects, providing specialist heritage advice on heritage significance, planning policy and legislation. In her role, Emma has provided heritage advice on a range of projects from large scale development proposals affecting heritage assets, to detailed changes and conversions of listed buildings. She has experience in writing heritage statements, site appraisals and other documents to support a range of planning applications and inform clients of the potential heritage opportunities and risks.
Emma holds a Masters in Building History from the University of Cambridge and a BA (Hons) in History and History of Art from the University of York. She is an affiliate member of the IHBC.
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