Our team has a range of skills in managing Britain’s rural and urban heritage and helping local communities to connect with their past.
We are experts in listed building and heritage planning, writing successful bids for grant funding, engaging communities with their history and delivering training in heritage skills. Read more about our Services.
TDR Heritage is an accredited Historic Environment Service Provider for the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and we are supporters of the Heritage Trust Network, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) and the Friends of Friendless Churches.
Vicky Hunns MCIfA IHBC
Director & Principal Heritage Consultant (Buildings & Places)
Cert Higher Ed. History; BA Hons Archaeology & Prehistory; PG Dip Historic Building Conservation
Historic building appraisals and heritage statements
Conservation and Historic Area Appraisals and Management Plans
Guidance on development and feasibility studies for new uses of vacant buildings
Funding applications & evaluation of projects
Developing and supporting townscape and historic high streets grant schemes
Vicky is qualified in history, archaeology and building conservation with over 25 years of experience as a practitioner in the heritage sector in a variety of roles. She spent several years in local authorities as an archaeological and building conservation officer, assessing the significance and conservation needs of archaeological sites, buildings historic townscapes and areas. After project managing the first Derby Townscape Heritage Initiative, she moved to Defra/Natural England where she was the national historic environment lead and oversaw and trained 12 regional heritage advisers. She is a former Chair of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and a full member of the Institute for Historic Building Conservation. She is expert in helping places and buildings in need develop appropriate and sustainable new uses through the planning system and targeted grant aid. Vicky has a particular interest in the regeneration of historic high streets and has been involved in the development, delivery or evaluation of over 30 townscape and historic high street projects.
Principal Heritage Consultant (Community Engagement)
Heritage engagement planning and audience development
Developing creative and sustainable experiences for cultural heritage projects
Evaluation methodologies and data capture tools
Working with communities to engage them with their local heritage
Gwendolen is experienced and versatile heritage consultant who has worked in arts and heritage for over 20 years. She comes from a museums and archives background where she led learning, curatorial and volunteer teams. She has extensive experience of collaborating with stakeholder and community groups to develop innovative and accessible engagement and skills-development opportunities. This includes devising resources, tools and training packages for a wide range of users. Gwendolen also provides curatorial and interpretation support to a range of communities, volunteer groups and arts organisations as well as heritage and museum sites. She has supported a wide range of historic high street and townscape heritage projects in the development of their community engagement and training offer.
Director & Heritage Consultant (Archaeology & Buildings)
Research and analysis for desk-based assessments, historic building appraisals and heritage statements
Conservation and Historic Area Appraisals and Management Plans
Illustrations for design guides, including historic shopfronts and signage
Condition assessments for buildings and places, including Conservation Areas
Terry is qualified in archaeology, historic building conservation and technical illustration and has worked in the public and private sector in a variety of roles. He was the Extensive Urban Survey officer for Hertfordshire and subsequently worked for several local authorities to enhance their Historic Environment Record. These roles included desk-based and archival research, site survey and aerial photo interpretation. He has written numerous Buildings at Risk assessments and Conservation Area Appraisals as well as carrying out building recording and preparing illustrations for English Heritage sites and publications.
Caitlin is qualified in history and is currently working towards a Masters in Conservation of the Historic Environment from Birmingham City University. She has joined TDR Heritage as a trainee as part of our Historic England-funded ‘Inn Sites’ project and is at the start of her career in heritage and conservation. She has been active in developing her work experience in a wide range of areas, including heritage brick laying for a conservation brick layer, conservation and interpretation of historic houses from the National Trust, public engagement with Historic England at the Flaxmill and gallery guiding at Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery. As well as working part time for TDR Heritage, where she is learning how to ‘read’ date historic buildings, carry out condition assessments and work with local communities, she has also just started a role as Conservation Officer at Bromsgrove & Redditch District Council.
Trevor Guyler MCIOB
Principal Heritage Consultant (Historic Buildings)
Advice on conservation, maintenance and repair strategies
Oversight and delivery of complex heritage repair and maintenance schemes
Trevor is a qualified building surveyor with over 30 years experience working for the National Trust in various roles, latterly as Lead Building Surveyor for the Midlands Region. His experience ranges from delivering condition surveys and maintenance plans to acting as Contract Administrator or Project Manager on major conservation projects. This work has included projects on Scheduled Monuments and Grade I and II* buildings including Tattershall Castle, Kedleston Hall, Calke Abbey and Charlecote Park. Trevor has a strong interest in vernacular architecture and has a wide ranging understanding of conservation matters from his previous roles line managing a multi-disciplinary team of conservation consultants.
Dawn Enright MCIfA
Principal Heritage Consultant (Archaeology &Landscapes)
Archaeological desk-based assessments and heritage statements
Research and assessment for the conservation and management of historic and designed landscapes
Landscape scale restoration works for historic features & their setting
Oversight and delivery of complex heritage grant schemes
Dawn is a qualified archaeologist and heritage professional with over 27 years experience in the historic environment sector. Her career includes 10 years working for a leading commercial archaeology unit where she managed large scale projects, including major infrastructure works and development sites from inception through to publication. She subsequently moved to roles in the public sector, first as a regional adviser and then the national heritage specialist for Defra/Natural England. She has extensive experience of assessing significance and managing change to the historic environment across a wide range of assets – from Scheduled Monuments at Risk to historic parklands. Dawn also been involved in the management of key historic landscapes and their setting, including the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.