Skills and Experience

Miriam Holland has been working in the heritage sector for over 12 years, and has produced work for countless private and commercial clients - including the City of London, City of Westminster, the Diocese of Canterbury and Savills. Miriam has produced reports and studies which have given lost structures a viable and sustainable future, and has helped successfully manage change to some of the world’s most important buildings.


  • Highly experienced in providing archival and desk-based research. The sourcing and analysis of maps, plans, historic building appraisals, deeds and historic photographs in archive holdings nationwide.

  • The archaeological analysis of standing buildings - their phasing, context and interpretation.

  • The production of Heritage Statements, Heritage Impact Assessments and Conservation Management Plans.

  • Advice and recommendations for development, regeneration and conservation within the historic environment.

Academic Background:

  • Masters Degree in the Archaeology of Buildings (Merit)

  • BA (Hons) in History (2:1)

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