Category Archives: Heritage consultant

Eight ways to spot a bad heritage and archaeology consultant

How to spot a bad Heritage Archaeology consultant

Helen Martin-Bacon of Commercial Archaeology has added a third article to accompany her recent pieces The historic environment – choosing a good consultant part one and part two.

The historic farm barn – conversion, conservation, sustainability and heritage

Barn conversion heritage services

Barn conversion and conservation The word ‘barn’ has its derivation in the old English words bere, which means barley, and ern, which means house. This etymology sums up one of the main functions of the farm barn since earliest times, in fact since as long as man has been cultivating the land, the barn has […]