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RIBA South Conservation Group: Repurposing the past - realising value and impact from existing places

The guest speaker for our July RIBA South Conservation Group July talk is Esther Robinson Wild, who will share her insights on Repurposing the past: realising value and impact from existing places.

About this event

Join the RIBA South Conservation Group for our July talk with guest speaker Esther Robinson Wild, where she will present her insights on Repurposing the Past: realising value and Impact from existing places.

Esther is a Historic Environment Consultant with an extensive background in built heritage and provides in-depth specialist advice and consulting on historic environment-related matters. She has experience of working on a wide range of projects in all areas of the historic environment including listed buildings, historic buildings and places, conservation areas and archaeology, as well as impact funding.

About the Speaker

Esther Robinson Wild has a background in finance and real estate having worked for over 10 years as an analyst in various City of London-based financial institutions and consequently, understands development economics and viability.

Esther is an accredited member (MCIfA) of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and a former member of the Board of Directors. She is also a Trustee of The Architectural Heritage Fund and the Foundation for Jewish Heritage. Esther holds a Master’s degree in the Archaeology of Buildings from the University of York and is recognised as a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Working with long-standing heritage partners and clients including statutory consultees, charities, government agencies and developers, Esther has significantly contributed to the successful delivery of complex and high-profile projects. These range from preparing the historic environment assessment for English Heritage’s £5 million footbridge project at Tintagel Castle, to project managing the Architectural Heritage Fund’s (AHF) establishment of a £7 million Heritage Impact Fund.

Esther is an active and passionate advocate for the historic environment, specifically the benefits and positive impact which come from the reuse and sustainable redevelopment of historic buildings and areas, and regularly presents on this subject to the real estate, heritage, and architecture sectors.

Book your place now for this online presentation and open discussion.