Experienced at handling properties ranging from  historic buildings to new build residential developments, Stephen excels in providing a practical approach to his clients. 

Casting a wide lens over the whole of your project, Stephen ensures the conservation building surveying he completes is quality but also carefully considers how best to economically approach your project.    

Providing the correct care to historic buildings is particularly important for Stephen and he encourages the use of authentic materials to maintain the historical integrity of the properties he works on.  

Known for going above and beyond for his clients, his work on First Court for Christ’s College, Cambridge is no exception. Stephen used his wealth of knowledge and experience to source a company that reopened its slate mine to ensure the materials used during construction stayed true to the building’s heritage.   

Stephen and his team’s top-quality service has been recognised across the sector after being awarded the Cambridge Design and Construction Award in 2019.

Stephen is MRICS accredited.  



Cambridge Design and Construction Award 2019. 



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Jesus College Master Plan

Jesus College assessed its carbon emissions across its portfolio of historic, listed buildings to implement a strategy to minimise carbon emissions and energy consumption. Setting a new standard for sustainability across buildings of its type, the college has publicly stated its ambition to achieving net-zero carbon by 2030.

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Darwin College Gym

Retrofitting enabled the client to repurpose a tired building for modern use whilst preserving the building’s original features within a conservation area. Designed with longevity and sustainability at its core, the building is net-zero carbon using PV panels and a green energy supplier.

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Planned preventative maintenance of St Catharine's College

A comprehensive analysis of student housing, this project utilised our expert knowledge of Cambridge colleges to inspect and offer recommendations for improvements.


Tunwell’s Court, 33-34, Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Peterhouse approached us to convert office space into quality, self-contained apartments. The historic, timber-framed buildings had fallen into a state of disrepair and needed significant upgrades to equip them with modern amenities for students.


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