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The Institute of Historic Building Conservation


The mark of the conservation Professional


IHBC Committees
  • Council
  • Finance & Resources
  • Membership & Ethics
  • Education, training & standards
  • Policy
  • Communication & outreach
Tab 1
IHBC Council

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PRESIDENT
David McDonald is a heritage consultant, specialising in training other built environment professionals. He was, until late 2011 Conservation and Design Team Leader at the Royal Borough Kensington, a post he held for over twenty years. David previously worked as a town planner at the London Borough of Camden during which time he completed the Diploma in Conservation at the Architectural Association. Formerly a member of the Association of Conservation Officers, he joined the IHBC at its inception and has been Chair of its London Branch since 2004.

email: president@ihbc.org.uk


OFFICERS and TRUSTEES


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CHAIR
James Caird
email: chair@ihbc.org.uk








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VICE CHAIR
Kathy Davies is a heritage and planning consultant with over 30 years’ experience, principally in the public sector. She worked first in local authorities in planning and conservation and latterly with English Heritage/Historic England where she worked with historic buildings and areas and then ran the historic places team in the South East. Engaging communities in understanding the significance of the historic environment was a major focus of this work. She currently works as a planning and historic environment consultant.
email: vicechair@ihbc.org.uk


Jo Evans
SECRETARY
Jo Evans
is an associate director at CgMs Consulting and has held a number of conservation posts in local authorities in Surrey and Hampshire. She was chair of the IHBC from 2010 to 2013. Prior to that she was the membership secretary and the chair of the Membership & Ethics Committee, following on from holding posts on branch and other national committees.
email: ihbcsecretary@ihbc.org.uk





Richard Morrice

TREASURER
Dr Richard Morrice, an architectural historian, has been an Inspector of Historic Buildings at English Heritage/DOE since 1982. He was Projects Officer between 1991 and 1995 and has been Secretary of IHBC since then. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
email: treasurer@ihbc.org.uk



Richard Morrice
CHAIR FINANCE AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE
Dr Richard Morrice
, an architectural historian, has been an Inspector of Historic Buildings at English Heritage/DOE since 1982. He was Projects Officer between 1991 and 1995 and has been Secretary of IHBC since then. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
email: treasurer@ihbc.org.uk




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CHAIR OF MEMBERSHIP AND ETHICS COMMITTEE
David Kincaid was the conservation team leader at Canterbury until retirement in August 2013. He was responsible for a wide range of projects including conservation area management, listed building and area grant schemes, and world heritage site management. Prior to this he worked for 14 years in South Yorkshire on a range of regeneration and urban design projects.
email: membership@ihbc.org.uk



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CHAIR OF EDUCATION TRAINING AND STANDARDS COMMITTEE
Bridget Turnbull started working with historic buildings as a thatcher’s labourer and is now a freelance heritage consultant. In between she spent over 30 years working in local government in England and Scotland specialising in the historic environment, regeneration project management and conservation training. Until 2016 Bridget was responsible for conservation in Aberdeen where she set up a Team Starter training programme in conjunction with the IHBC. She has been an IHBC membership applications assessor and member of the Membership and Education Training and Standards Committees since 2014.
email: education@ihbc.org.uk


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CHAIR OF POLICY COMMITTEE
Roy Lewis is a chartered town planner who has specialised in architectural conservation and urban design throughout his career. He has held planning and conservation posts in local government, ran an undergraduate conservation programme at the University of Derby and is currently director of Grover Lewis Associates Ltd, a specialist town planning and built heritage consultancy. He has been the East Midlands Branch Representative since 2006 and for a number of years represented the IHBC on the Urban Design Alliance.
email: policy@ihbc.org.uk

TECHNICAL PANEL CO-ORDINATOR
Janice Gooch

email: technical@ihbc.org.uk


RURAL POLICY REPRESENTATIVE
Carole Rya
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email: rural@ihbc.org.uk

LAW & PRACTICE CO-ORDINATOR
Lone Le Vay
email: law@ihbc.org.uk

PLACES OF WORSHIP
Peter Aiers

email: pow@ihbc.org.uk

INTERNATIONAL SECRETARY
Rob Parkinson

email: international@ihbc.org.uk

PROJECT DIRECTOR - SE EUROPE
Dave Baxter

email: europeansec@ihbc.org.uk


Bob Kindred

GOVERNMENT LIAISON SECRETARY
Bob Kindred

Ipswich Borough Council
email: government@ihbc.org.uk




CHAIR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH COMMITTEE
Dave Chetwyn
email: communications@ihbc.org.uk


PUBLICITY OFFICER
Vacant

e-mail: publicity@ihbc.org.uk
Tab 2

Finance and Resources Committee


Richard Morrice
CHAIR FINANCE AND RESOURCES COMMITTEE
Dr Richard Morrice, an architectural historian, has been an Inspector of Historic Buildings at English Heritage/DOE since 1982. He was Projects Officer between 1991 and 1995 and has been Secretary of IHBC since then. He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
e-mail: resources@ihbc.org.uk


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Tab 3

Membership and Ethics Committee

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CHAIR OF MEMBERSHIP AND ETHICS COMMITTEE
David Kincaid was the conservation team leader at Canterbury until retirement in August 2013. He was responsible for a wide range of projects including conservation area management, listed building and area grant schemes, and world heritage site management. Prior to this he worked for 14 years in South Yorkshire on a range of regeneration and urban design projects.
email: membership@ihbc.org.uk


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CHAIR OF EDUCATION TRAINING AND STANDARDS COMMITTEE
Bridget Turnbull started working with historic buildings as a thatcher’s labourer and is now a freelance heritage consultant. In between she spent over 30 years working in local government in England and Scotland specialising in the historic environment, regeneration project management and conservation training. Until 2016 Bridget was responsible for conservation in Aberdeen where she set up a Team Starter training programme in conjunction with the IHBC. She has been an IHBC membership applications assessor and member of the Membership and Education Training and Standards Committees since 2014.
e-mail: education@ihbc.org.uk


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Downloadable Corporate Plan 2015-20: 'CP20'

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Tab 5

Policy Committee

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CHAIR OF POLICY COMMITTEE
Roy Lewis is a chartered town planner who has specialised in architectural conservation and urban design throughout his career. He has held planning and conservation posts in local government, ran an undergraduate conservation programme at the University of Derby and is currently director of Grover Lewis Associates Ltd, a specialist town planning and built heritage consultancy. He has been the East Midlands Branch Representative since 2006 and for a number of years represented the IHBC on the Urban Design Alliance.
email: policy@ihbc.org.uk

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IHBC Briefing Note August 2016

Corporate Plan 2015-20: 'CP20'

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Tab 6

Communications and Outreach Committee


CHAIR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH COMMITTEE

Dave Chetwyn
email: communications@ihbc.org.uk



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Downloadable Corporate Plan 2015-20: 'CP20'

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