Creative Heritage Consultants Ltd

Creative Heritage assists those with responsibilities for heritage assets, especially buildings at risk. We work with our clients to conserve historic fabric, engage communities and embed sustainability in their projects.

Established in 2011, the multi-disciplinary practice is led by architect and accredited heritage consultant, Kate Dickson, who brings extensive experience from undertaking projects across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Offering a range of services

Creative Heritage offers a range of services to the built heritage sector, including:

  • funding advice
  • feasibility studies
  • heritage impact assessments
  • delivery strategies
  • project management.

Clients include local authorities and public agencies, private owners and voluntary organisations, such as building preservation trusts, community development trusts and church congregations.

Consultants include conservation architects, regeneration specialists, project managers and community engagement advisers.

“Creative Heritage brought to our project a wide range of skills, knowledge and experience, which we as trustees have benefitted from greatly. They showed an ability both to grasp the bigger picture and to focus on and analyse the detail.”

John Madden, Chair, Tooley’s Boatyard Trust