Genevieve is a townscape and heritage consultant with over 5 years experience in the field across the private and public sectors.
Approaching each project with a clear understanding and appreciation of the layers of history of a place, Genevieve’s strengths lie in utilising historic significance to unlock the case for change to support new high-quality design in balance with heritage, advocating for the knitting together of past and new C21 phases across our townscapes.
Joining TTC in November 2021, she also provides advice to Carmarthenshire County Council as a Built Heritage Officer on an ad hoc basis. Prior to this Genevieve spent four years in the Heritage and Townscape team at Iceni Projects, which she joined straight from reading for a MSt Building History at the University of Cambridge. She also holds a BA (Hons) History of Art from UCL.
Professional experience includes providing advice to clients, managing projects and carrying out assessments for wide ranging proposals, from sites with townscape, setting and conservation area considerations to fabric changes to Grade I, II* and II listed buildings. Genevieve is practiced in working both across London the rest of the UK, with practical application of the differing Policy and Guidance context for Townscape and Heritage across the English, Welsh and Scottish planning systems. She is experienced in writing Townscape and Visual Impact Assessments; managing Listed Building Consents including producing listed building Statements of Significance and Assessments of Impact; the Enhanced Listing process and Certificates of Immunity; Environmental Assessment (EIA); Building Recordings; Appeals and supporting the production of Public Inquiry Proofs of Evidence.