KM Heritage (Kevin Murphy Heritage) provides advice, guidance and support on all aspects of development in the historic built environment. With a background in the private and public sectors, KMHeritage understands the needs and objectives of the various parties to the development process. Experience in private sector architecture, in local government conservation and at English Heritage allows KMHeritage to offer broad insight, knowledge of processes and an expert understanding of historic buildings and areas. KMHeritage advises owners, developers, architects and surveyors, planners, conservation and design teams, public sector heritage bodies, amenity groups, regeneration agencies and all who have a stake in the historic built environment.
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