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ABOUT

Heritage Unlimited is a specialist historic building consultancy located in London with a network of heritage consultants situated throughout the country. We provide pragmatic advice on the repair, restoration, adaptation and reuse of historic buildings, as well as new developments affecting our built heritage – our work within the historic environment is unlimited.

 

It is our aim to provide clients with a cost effective and tailored service to meet their development needs and aspirations. Balancing the client’s development goals with achievable outcomes dictated by the requirement of the planning system, which require developments to preserve the special interests of a building or the character of an area.

Our consultants have extensive knowledge of our country’s architectural heritage and the parameters of planning system, which manage the changes to the historic environment. Their experience and knowledge allow them to find creative solutions and identify opportunities to inform an achievable outcome for your project.

 

As a specialist built heritage consultancy, we often work as a multi-disciplinary team on large scale projects as well as planning consultants, and architectural practices providing specialist reports such as Heritage Statements, development advice, and guidance on traditional repairs.

Paul Clarke

BA (Hons) Arch Cons

Director

After careers in the military and public service, Paul pursued his passion for historic buildings and studied Architectural Conservation at University of Derby, graduating with a first class honours degree.

 

Since graduating in 2009, Paul has worked for a variety of companies practising in the historic environment, beginning with an accredited conservation architectural practice in West Yorkshire followed a multi-national company specialising in major engineering and infrastructure projects.

 

Paul used the knowledge gained from his private sector employment in his role as a conservation officer at Essex County Council, which in turn enhanced his knowledge of the historic environment. Leaving the public sector, Paul went back into the private sector, developing the heritage consultancy sector for a planning consultancy in Essex.

 

After nearly ten years working in various heritage roles in the private and public sector, Paul established Heritage Unlimited in early 2018 and has undertaken projects around the country.

 

Amongst his achievements are a Heritage Angel Award from Historic England for the restoration of Todmorden War Memorial and a feature article on Conservation Areas at Risk in SAVE Britain’s Heritage’s publication, Dare to Care: Buildings at Risk.

Paul Clarke

BA (Hons) Arch Cons

Director

After careers in the military and public service, Paul pursued his passion for historic buildings and studied Architectural Conservation at University of Derby, graduating with a first class honours degree.

 

Since graduating in 2009, Paul has worked for a variety of companies practising in the historic environment, beginning with an accredited conservation architectural practice in West Yorkshire followed a multi-national company specialising in major engineering and infrastructure projects.

 

Paul used the knowledge gained from his private sector employment in his role as a conservation officer at Essex County Council, which in turn enhanced his knowledge of the historic environment. Leaving the public sector, Paul went back into the private sector, developing the heritage consultancy sector for a planning consultancy in Essex.

 

After nearly ten year working in various heritage roles in the private and public sectors, Paul established Heritage Unlimited in early 2018 and as undertaken projects around the country.

 

Amongst his achievements are a Heritage Angel Award from Historic England for the restoration of Todmorden War Memorial and a feature article on Conservation Areas at Risk in SAVE Britain’s Heritage’s publication, Dare to Care: Buildings at Risk.

Shaun Moger

BA (Hons) History & German, MSc. Historic Building Conservation

Heritage Consultant

Passionate about heritage and culture, Shaun studied a BA in History and German at Cardiff and Heidelberg in Germany, where he was particularly taken by the historic architecture and gained a first class honours degree.

 

After spending some time in Germany teaching, Shaun undertook an MSc. in Historic Building Conservation at Kingston University, London, graduating with a merit. 

 

Shaun enjoys the challenge of finding creative and adaptive solutions for historic buildings so they can continue to provide economic and sustainable use for this and future generations.

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Shaun prepares Heritage Statements to support planning applications for a variety of projects affecting the historic environment. He also writes Conservation Plans to inform the significance of a listed building, its future use, adaptation, repair, and management of such buildings. 

 

Outside of work Shaun is a vintage motorcycle enthusiast, restoring and riding vintage motorcycles. He is also a keen artist, producing original paintings, which he sells. 

 

Shaun Moger

BA (Hons) History & German, MSc. Historic Building Conservation

Heritage Consultant

Passionate about heritage and culture, Shaun studied a BA in History and German at Cardiff and Heidelberg in Germany, where he was particularly taken by the historic architecture and gained a first class honours degree.

 

After spending some time in Germany teaching, Shaun undertook an MSc. in Historic Building Conservation at Kingston University, London, graduating with a merit. 

 

Shaun enjoys the challenge of finding creative and adaptive solutions for historic buildings so they can continue to provide economic and sustainable use for this and future generations.

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Shaun prepares Heritage Statements to support planning applications for a variety of projects affecting the historic environment. He also writes Conservation Plans to inform the significance of a listed building, its future use, adaptation, repair, and management of such buildings. 

 

Outside of work Shaun is a vintage motorcycle enthusiast, restoring and riding vintage motorcycles. He is also a keen artist, producing original paintings, which he sells. 

Claire Barley

Claire Barley

CAD Technician

After leaving secondary education with A levels in Pure Maths and Art, Claire pursued a 14-year career in the financial sector culminating in the position of Fraud Prevention Manager based in London.  She decided to change direction when the opportunity to join a small architectural practice was presented where her maths, artistic and office skills were put to good use in compiling and submitting reports and plans for planning and building regulations submissions.  She has since acquired nearly 20 years’ experience of working in planning and construction, drafting plans using AutoCAD software and understands the planning process.  She has worked on a variety of projects including domestic extensions, new builds, commercial businesses, Listed buildings, Conservation areas and Ancient Monuments.

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Claire provides plans and presentation material needed to support planning applications.  She has an eye for detail and unpicking the structural material of importance to the historic buildings on which we work with.

Claire Barley

CAD Technician

Claire Barley

After leaving secondary education with A levels in Pure Maths and Art, Claire pursued a 14-year career in the financial sector culminating in the position of Fraud Prevention Manager based in London.  She decided to change direction when the opportunity to join a small architectural practice was presented where her maths, artistic and office skills were put to good use in compiling and submitting reports and plans for planning and building regulations submissions.  She has since acquired nearly 20 years’ experience of working in planning and construction, drafting plans using AutoCAD software and understands the planning process.  She has worked on a variety of projects including domestic extensions, new builds, commercial businesses, Listed buildings, Conservation areas and Ancient Monuments.

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Claire provides plans and presentation material needed to support planning applications.  She has an eye for detail and unpicking the structural material of importance to the historic buildings on which we work with.

Lucinda Pincott

Bsc. (Hons) Geography

Office Manager

After graduating with a Geography (BSc) degree, Lucinda gained over 20 years’ experience in the residential property sector working across London and the South-East for both large and small companies. 

 

She has a keen interest in Listed Buildings and developed a greater understanding of the role heritage properties play in our landscape when undertaking works to her own listed property. 

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Lucinda ensures the smooth running and management of the business, client development. Part of her role is to support consultants by undertaking planning history searches, reviewing reports, and providing graphics.

Lucinda Pincott

Bsc. (Hons) Geography

Office Manager

After graduating with a Geography (BSc) degree, Lucinda gained over 20 years’ experience in the residential property sector working across London and the South-East for both large and small companies. 

 

She has a keen interest in Listed Buildings and developed a greater understanding of the role heritage properties play in our landscape when undertaking works to her own listed property. 

 

At Heritage Unlimited, Lucinda ensures the smooth running and management of the business, client development. Part of her role is to support consultants by undertaking planning history searches, reviewing reports, and providing graphics.