Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Laure Emery

Laure studied both architecture and art history in France before completing a Master in Conservation of the Built Environment in Canada in 2012. She joined Simpson & Brown as a heritage consultant in 2016 and her work includes the research and production of conservation plan, statements of significance and other historic-environment documents, as well as interpretation projects.

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Dr James Legard

James studied history and architectural history at the universities of Oxford and York. While at York he was a doctoral fellow at York’s Humanities Research Centre, and was subsequently awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at the Paul Mellon Centre. Since joining Simpson & Brown he has applied his research skills to a number of projects, including a detailed conservation plan for one of the most important houses in Edinburgh’s Georgian New Town, built to designs by Robert Adam and now Category A-listed.

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John Sanders

John has been a partner at Simpson & Brown since 1999. Since joining Simpson & Brown, John has been responsible for over 500 conservation projects in successive roles as project administrator and designer, associate and partner in charge.John has particular expertise in Ecclesiastical building projects.

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Nicholas Uglow

Nicholas studied at the University of Edinburgh where he was awarded the 2008 Dissertation in Architecture Prize. Since joining the Heritage Constancy team in 2009 he has worked on the research, writing and production of conservation plans, heritage statements and heritage impact assessments in Scotland and England.

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