This blog is now changing to become an accompaniment to my professional services website and should soon contain a more interesting array of case studies reflecting the range of professional work I carry out. The advice notes and information for students will continue. However, as I only give a relatively small amount of lectures and public talks during the academic year on architectural conservation and archaeology, this re-purposing of the blog will allow it to be updated more frequently and the scope expanded to include a much wider range of conservation topics.

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It will therefore include discussions of conservation plans, research into stone decay, experimental work on the conservation of materials, condition surveys, heritage impact assessments, archaeological assessments, historical research, publications and some case studies showing some of the interesting sites and monuments I encounter.

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