- Heritage Statements
- Impact Assessments
- Statements of Significance
- Conservation Management Plans
- Grant Applications
- Townscape Regeneration Schemes
- Evaluation of NLHF (HLF) Funded Projects
- Managing the Historic Environment Training
- Finding New Uses for Historic Buildings
- Community Engagement and Consultation
- Brand Development and Marketing / Design
- Heritage Interpretation
Services Offered / Sector:
TDR Heritage Ltd is an independent historic environment consultancy, working nationally, with offices in the West Midlands and East Midlands. We are a recognised Historic Environment Service Provider (HESPR) in the UK-wide listing of quality-assured bodies that work to the conservation standards of the IHBC. HESPR listed businesses assure quality and standards by using IHBC accredited lead professionals who are focused on service.
We differ from many other small heritage consultancies because our Directors are well qualified in both archaeology and building conservation, with additional specialisms in history and illustration. Collectively we have over 30 years of experience as practitioners in the heritage sector in a variety of roles. Our Associates have proven and recognised expertise in their own specialist fields, including community engagement & museums, historic building conservation and marketing/design.
We have particular expertise in assessing Significance, Need and Impact and in developing Conservation Management Plans for the future management of assets, assisting with the development of schemes for new uses in historic buildings, advising on risk, condition, maintenance and management, and coordinating and negotiating with Historic England and others for appropriate reuse, repairs and alterations.
Our Director and Principal Consultant, Victoria Hunns, is a full member of the Institute for Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA). Victoria served on the CIfA Council for 6 years from 2006-11 and was the Honorary Chair of CIfA from 2017-18.