Simpson & Brown are leading experts in historic buildings with over 35 years of experience working with some of the United Kingdom’s most important built heritage. Our Architectural Historians and Conservation Architects provide expert advice on how to balance the conservation of our heritage with the social, cultural and economic needs of today.
We produce informative and decisive documents that help you manage change at your site. Our reports are recognised as leaders in the field, and have supported projects all over the UK and beyond: private, public, community and lottery-funded.As part of a wider architecture and archaeology practice, we can use skills and experience from across the office to ensure our reports are effective, helping you engage with stakeholders, funders, planners and decision-makers.
A conservation report can be five pages long, or five volumes: it reflects the requirement of your project and the challenges needing addressed. Our work is based on rigorous historical research, but is also firmly focused on the future of your site, how change is managed, and how to get the most from your project.
Our research skills can also be used to inform interpretative projects: we can help with everything from historical information for you or your guests to full-interpretation designs for your visitors.
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