Heritage Consultancy and Historic Research services for commercial and private clients nationwide.
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.
Masters Degree in the Archaeology of Buildings (Merit)
BA (Hons) in History (2:1)