"Ian has been with C&G since 1983, working on a wide range of building conservation projects, including for Historic Royal Palaces, for English Heritage, for the National Trust and Churches Conservation Trust, and as Consultant Architect to Worcester College, Oxford and to Leeds Castle in Kent."
Personal appointments extend to over thirty churches in use, as Quinquennial Inspecting Architect, covering the dioceses of Chelmsford, London, Rochester, Southwark and Oxford, ( as well as nine redundant churches for the CCT). Commissions for alterations and extensions, including on private houses, are always shared with the office , and undertaken with relish as shared collaborative design projects. Having studied at Thames Polytechnic School of Architecture, Ian was fortunate to begin a long and ongoing association with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings by completing the S.P.A.B’s Lethaby Scholarship in 1981, a deep grounding in the art and craft of repair. Based with his family in north London, Ian became a director of the firm in 1989.