Kate
Hannelly

Principal, Heritage and Design

Kate has over 5 years of experience advising on heritage matters, in both the private and public sectors, in relation to the built environment.

Kate is a Principal within the Heritage and Design team, based in the Cambridge and London offices. Kate has previously worked for Westminster City Council and South Northamptonshire Council and as such, has a detailed knowledge of both the urban and rural historic environment.

She works over a range of sectors, carrying out a number of services, assisting in all heritage related development opportunities. Kate can undertake Significance Assessments for all types of heritage assets, including those which are non-designated, in order to understand their heritage value. This includes research into the historic development of the site, research into the planning and a photographic survey where required.

Kate also produces Impact Assessments to accompany Listed Building Consents and Planning Permissions, including Outline applications, to provide detailed assessment and evaluation of impacts, with particular focus on how and to what extent any impacts deriving from the proposals would affect the special interest of the identified heritage assets. This includes an analysis of the relevant national and local heritage policy and guidance.

Kate’s experience as a Design and Conservation Officer at Westminster City Council coupled with her first class (Hons) degree in Architectural Technology also allows her to give relevant and succinct advice in regards to all design matters involving the historic environment.

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