Stephen Levrant Heritage Architecture is the continuation of a specialist practice originally founded in 1948, we carry out selective conservation projects to the highest standards.
We work in planning/urban design and in practical project construction exclusively within the historic cultural environment and on a wide range of historic buildings and conservation areas.
Our surveys, appraisals and inspections are renowned for an intricate and holistic approach. We strive to promote quality with imagination and flair, where solutions for modern buildings in sensitive areas are always dictated by context.
The practice philosophy is based upon the SPAB principles of conservation and repair rather than replacement and renewal. The art of conservation is dependant upon knowledge and experience of historic methods of construction, decoration and furnishing and a discerning eye for detail. This historical accuracy is fundamental to all our heritage projects.
Sadie Jarrett: Architectural Conservation Consultant
BA (Hons), MSc
Daniel Cummins: Historic Building Consultant
MA (Oxon), PhD
Ryan Bunce: Senior Building Conservation Surveyor
BSc(Hons) DipProjMan PGDipCHE MRICS FRSA
Ryan Bunce is a project manager, land agent and Chartered building surveyor specialising in the historic and rural environments and ecclesiastical sectors in both rural and urban settings.
Qualified as a Chartered Building Surveyor (MRICS), Ryan has also developed his specialist skillset having undertaken the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors post graduate diploma qualifications in both Project Management (DipProjMan) and the Conservation of Historic Environment (PGDipCHE).
Ryan Bunce is also an appointed Quinquennial Inspector for a number of Anglican churches under the Care of Churches and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1991. He is also a committee member of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association.