RIBA Conservation Register

The RIBA Conservation Register was established in 2009 and our Senior Architect, Bianca Morgan, has been on the register as a Conservation Registrant, since 2012.
Every five years Bianca has to apply for re-accreditation to the Register. When re-applying, she has to demonstrate that she has the necessary knowledge, competence and experience of working with Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas and that the historic environment has been maintained. Additionally, she has to be able to demonstrate a good working and background knowledge of key aspects of conservation practice, principles and philosophy.
The RIBA Conservation Register is open to any ARB registered architect who undertakes to work to international standards of conservation and who can demonstrate that they have the appropriate level of competence in the 14 specialist skill areas, as detailed in the current ICOMOS Education and Training Guidelines.
NC Architecture work on a number of heritage projects in Cheshire, Manchester, Liverpool and beyond, so it is of great benefit to the Practice to have Bianca on the RIBA Conservation Register, as a Conservation Registrant.