David James joins AABC Conservation Register
Congratulations to BTP Associate, David James in joining the ranks of specialist architects accredited in building conservation (AABC).
David joins Associate Director, Rob Harrington, as the practice’s second AABC Conservation Architect and Director Vicky Saunders, who is a member of the RIBA Conservation Register. This accreditation recognises David's track record in conservation work to almshouses, listed churches, offices and educational buildings and enables him to lead English Heritage and Heritage Lottery Fund grant aided projects on historic and listed buildings.
To be accepted on the AABC register, Architects are rigorously assessed on their individual knowledge and experience in conservation work. Assessment is by peers in a team which also includes a knowledgeable non-architect to ensure an element of public participation. In addition membership of the register must be renewed every five years to ensure continued learning and standards.
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