IHBC CouncilPRESIDENTDavid 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.
OFFICERS and TRUSTEES CHAIRJames Caird
is a chartered architect and town planner with a long career in historic building conservation. From 1985 to 2007 he was head of planning at South Shropshire District Council after which he ran a heritage consultancy practice. He was President of the Planning Officers Society in 1998-99.
VICE CHAIRKathy 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.
is an associate director at WYG 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: email@example.comTREASURER and CHAIR FINANCE AND RESOURCES COMMITTEEJill Kerry BSc DAAS IHBC
is a chartered architect and has worked exclusively in conservation for over 20 years. After working in the public sector as a senior conservation architect she now works freelance in the private sector. She is also a trustee of the Ulster Historic Churches Trust.
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.
CHAIR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH COMMITTEE
Dave Chetwyn MA, MRTPI, IHBC, FInstLM
is Managing Director/Partner of Urban Vision Enterprise CIC, a social enterprise providing professional services in planning, regeneration and community-led development. He is also Managing Director of D2H Land Planning Development Limited. Dave is a Design Council Built Environment Expert, an Associate of the Consultation Institute and a member of the National Planning Forum board of Directors.
Former roles include Head of Planning Aid England, Chair of the Historic Towns Forum (UK membership body), Chair of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (UK professional body) and a team leader in local Government. He has also been a consultant heritage specialist for Crossrail Thames Tunnels section and has acted as a neighbourhood plan independent examiner.
Dave is the author of the Locality Neighbourhood Planning Roadmap Guide
and other Locality guidance on neighbourhood planning and community-led development. He drafted parts of BS7913 (Guide to the Conservation of Historic Buildings).
Dave has advised various Government organisations, working groups, reviews and Parliamentary select committees on planning, regeneration, economic development, heritage, urban design, and community engagement. He has extensive leadership and management experience with UK, national and local organisations and a strong track record in third-sector organisational development.
CHAIR OF EDUCATION TRAINING AND STANDARDS COMMITTEE
is an architect in private practice on his own account since 1978, involved in a range of conservation projects, on all types and grades of buildings, ranging from simple repairs to complex alterations and extensions, from waterwheels to churches. He was the Director of the post-graduate Building Conservation Course at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. He is involved with various NGO training programmes in South East Europe.
CHAIR OF POLICY COMMITTEERoy 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.
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