FSA, MCiFA, MLI
Jeremy specialises in understanding the landscapes, historic buildings and other heritage assets of rural areas. He has long experience in the assessment of the historic environment for designation, heritage and landscape conservation and also historic environment research. He has also worked in applying values methodologies to the conservation of heritage places and landscapes, playing a key role in using this to bring stakeholders and investment together.
Since leaving Historic England at the end of 2016 he has worked on a range of projects including neighbourhood plans, conservation management plans, ecosystem service assessment, settings analysis and statements of significance for heritage assets. He has been working on the completion of Farmstead and Landscape Statements for all of England’s National Character Areas and a framework for 20th century heritage.
He is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, a Fellow of the Landscape Institute and a Member of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. He serves on the committee of the Society for Landscape Studies and the Historic Farm Buildings Group (having served on the committees of other groups), and as a member of the National Trust’s Historic Environment Advisory Group, the Listed Buildings Advisory Group for the Methodist Church and Natural England’s Landscape Advisory Group.