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If you are looking to commission work on a historic building, you will need an architect with specific skills and experience.

Building conservation and heritage, Working with an architect
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The RIBA Conservation Register of specialists encompasses all aspects of historic building conservation, repair and maintenance.

The register has three tiers of specialism. Click on the links below to browse a list of architects in each category.

Specialist Conservation Architect (SCA)
A Specialist Conservation Architect has authoritative knowledge of conservation practice and extensive experience of working with historic buildings.

Conservation Architect (CA)
A Conservation Architect has in-depth knowledge and experience of working with historic buildings.

Conservation Registrant (CR)
A Conservation Registrant has an awareness of the issues involved in working with historic buildings and has attended a conservation course approved by the RIBA.

Alternatively, you can browse the register by location (information correct at October 2016).

If you live in a Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian terraced house, or if you live in a conservation area or in a listed building, download the guide for private clients.

If you are involved in development or investment in the commercial, public, ecclesiastical or charitable sectors, or you are a planner or other professional download the guide for corporate clients.

For more information, contact the RIBA Client Services team:
telephone: +44 (0) 20 7307 3700
Email: clientservices@riba.org

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