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“We work on projects with clients from private individuals up to large-scale developments, focusing on understanding the significant features of an area and making sure they are not lost. It’s an interesting and fascinating job, a lot of it involves making ourselves aware of the history of a site, and it is very rewarding to be a part of protecting our heritage. “Often, we find ourselves in country houses


or estates that you’d normally find yourself visiting during your time off, not during working hours, so it’s an absolute privilege to be part of that. “We also support clients buying listed


buildings, firstly to check no work has already been done that doesn’t have consent – which is illegal and can cause issues down the line for the new owners, or to advise on their future plans for the building, so that they can proceed with their purchase with full knowledge of their future house.” The heritage team prides itself on giving


clients as much knowledge as they need before they take on a listed building, with the focus on finding solutions and helping clients find a way to make things work, rather than being put off. “We have a duty to protect our heritage


and keep buildings in active use and in good condition so that they are preserved for future generations,” said Paul. “Similarly, there’s a greater awareness of communities now, and how we can’t just go in and gentrify a whole area


Pictured above Heritage Team members


Bethan Weir -


Paul Crisp -


Sophie Waite


and price people out. If we make sure we involve a community and take them along with us as the project is developed, and get their support, we ensure a better outcome for everyone.” Jennifer Smith added: “Our approach has always been


pragmatic planning solutions that put clients first and our expansion into London and into the heritage sector allows us to further meet clients’ needs with positive and honest advice.”


To find out more, visit the website www.smithjenkins.co.uk


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