Paul Channing

Conservation Architect

Paul is the Head of Historic Building Conservation and an Associate within Stride Treglown. As an AABC registered architect Paul is currently 1 of approximately 420 conservation accredited architects in the UK recognised by Historic England (formally English Heritage) as qualified to work on Scheduled Ancient Monuments and Listed Buildings of all grades. Paul’s general approach to conservation work is one of recognising and respecting the significance of the historic building, minimising the intervention, whilst at the same time ensuring the building is suitably repaired, and converted where necessary, to provide a long future life. For new interventions Paul favours sympathetic, high-quality contemporary design in-line with established conservation philosophy for which the quality of his work has won several awards (highlighted on the next page). Paul gathered 4 years of practical experience as a builder and recognises that experience is invaluable when it comes to working with contractors, running projects on-site and achieving excellence in the built form. Paul is a member of the Devon & Somerset Design Review Panel and the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

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