RIBA SCA, BA (Hons), PG Dip (Leeds) ARB
Specialist Conservation Architect
Lindsay qualified as an RIBA Chartered Architect in 2012, after receiving her degrees in architecture at Leeds Metropolitan University, she has a specialist knowledge and interest in historic building conservation, reuse of redundant buildings and residential design. In 2018, Lindsay obtained accreditation to the RIBA Conservation Register as a Specialist Conservation Architect, of which there are currently only 130 in the country.
Lindsay joined Planning & Design Practice ltd in 2015 to lead the architectural design team. Having previously worked at CTD Architects in Leek, DDRLP in Istanbul and Halsall Lloyd Partnership in Nottingham, Lindsay has worked on various projects including repair and renovations of Grade II* & II listed buildings, new residential design and renovations of existing housing association accommodation. Lindsay was a key member in delivering an urban regeneration scheme of a housing estate in Stafford for Stafford & Rural Homes which transformed the estate.
Lindsay has extensive design and presentation skills and reinforces our practices ability to project manage and communicate design ideas in all forms of CAD 3D and 2D computer generated graphics using Revit, Photoshop and Sketchup. Lindsay has a strong eye for detail and conveys this through drawings and site visits during construction phase.
Continuing with her creativeness, in her spare time Lindsay likes to sew and create fabric cushions. Lindsay also has a strong interest in foreign languages particularly French, German & Italian. At the weekend Lindsay enjoys visiting National Trust properties and watching Game of Thrones!
KEY PROJECTS: Wakebridge Farm, Grove Lane, Darley Dale & School Lane, Heage