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Brief resumé

I am an architect with an interest in old buildings and the historic environment.  I studied architecture at Kingston Polytechnic and later did an MA in Building Conservation at York University.  I am based in Battersea in London.

I was a consultant to Historic Royal Palaces from 1994 to 2004. From 1994-97 I worked on repair projects at Hampton Court Palace.  I am also a consultant to the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.

In 2003 I was architect for the conservation and repair of St. Michael's Church Tower at Glastonbury Tor in Somerset, for the National Trust.  

I also have an interest in access to the historic environment.  I carry out access audits and surveys.  I am a member of the Panel of Access Auditors of the Centre for Accessible Environments.

I have been involved in the campaign to preserve Battersea Power Station since 1993. I am a director of the Battersea Power Station Company, a not-for-profit company set up to help to preserve the listed building.

Keith visiting Garton-on-the-Wolds, May 2006

Visiting Garton-on-the Wolds, May 2006 (Photo: Sujeong Lee)



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