Robert Sharples – Architect and RIBA Conservation Registrant
Based in our Leeds office, Robert Sharples is an architect and RIBA Conservation Registrant with a passion for historic architecture and an ambition to become a conservation architect.
Robert’s approach is to celebrate historic architecture and settings focusing on conserving the best of the past whilst introducing modern interventions and retrofit that contribute to the viability of a building’s use and reuse.
Working within our heritage team, Robert brings a wealth of experience of working on listed buildings from producing comprehensive information packages and design and access statements, listed building consent applications, heritage statements, extensive Heritage Impact Assessments and condition surveys. He has worked on a variety of sites with both existing and new architecture, located within a green belt and within conservation areas.
His experience includes working on a host of listed buildings for the universities of Leeds and Bradford and on the Grade II listed Folk Hall in York and Grade II listed Shine Business Centre in Leeds.
Outside of work his interests include visits to exhibitions, the theatre, historic houses, antiques and furniture. Robert enjoys working in the city and experiencing the great outdoors. He enjoys good coffee and good food.
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