Kevin Goodwin, BTP, MRTPI
Company Secretary, Planning
Tel:020 7832 1466Fax:020 7583 2231
Mobile:0776 7264 155Email:
Kevin has over 30 years planning experience in both the private and public sectors relating to the full range of land use issues. He worked for the London Boroughs of Croydon and Lambeth before moving into private practice. Kevin has particular specialist knowledge of retail and residential developments and also preparation of Environmental Impact Assessments.
William Bedford, BA, MIfA
Tel:01242 259 293Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07743 800 954Email:
William has nearly 10 years professional experience. He has extensive market knowledge, including managing major archaeological projects and negotiation and administration of complex contractual arrangements. He has also coordinated bids for major infrastructure projects, and has experience of ensuring compliance with EU and UK procurement regulations for bids to public bodies such as local authorities.
Nick Shepherd , BA(Hons), PgDip, MIfA
Tel:01242 259 833Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07743 800 951Email:
Nick has over 27 years as a professional archaeologist with expertise in consultancy and fieldwork management across a range of major infrastructure and development projects. He has lead and contributed to environmental impact assessments on large scale complex sites such London Gateway Port and Stansted Airport, and most recently has worked on the EIA for Phase 1 of High Speed 2. He is currently Vice Chair of the Institute for Archaeologists and Chair of the Institute's Professional Development and Practice Committee.
Simon Roper-Pressdee, BSc (Hons), PG Cert, MIHBC, PIFA
Senior Associate Director, Historic Buildings
Tel:01242 259 297Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07734 558 123Email:
Simon runs the Cheltenham Historic Buildings service, with particular experience in advising on developments affecting Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, and locally designated assets, together with design in the historic environment. He also has considerable experience appearing as Expert Witness in both Magistrates and Crown Courts and authoring historic environment appraisals.
Jonathan Smith, BA (Hons), MA, PGCE, MIfA
Senior Associate Director, Historic Buildings
Tel:01242 259 837Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07718 707 052Email:
Jonathan is a widely experienced and fully qualified heritage professional with practical familiarity and an extensive track record in heritage management. This includes experience, gained over twenty-five years, as a commercial contractor, lecturer, local government curator and as a consultant in the commercial sector.
Steven Weaver, BA, MIfA
Senior Associate Director, Archaeology
Tel:01242 259 291Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:0771 2929 380Email:
Steven has over 12 years experience in professional archaeology gained in both the public and private sector. As a former Local Government Officer and Senior Project Manager with Oxford Archaeology, he has been responsible for providing advice on all aspects of archaeology. He has worked on a wide range of projects that include residential/commercial (brown and greenfield site), highways, minerals and historic garden/heritage lottery funded parks projects.
Senior Historic Buildings Consultant, Historic Buildings
Tel:01242 259 298Fax:01242 259 299
James brings with him over 10 years experience as a town planner in both local government and the private sector. His experience ranges from pre-application involvement and negotiations, planning and Listed Building applications and appeal work.
Tom Copp, BA (Hons), MA
Historic Buildings Consultant, Historic Buildings
Tel:01242 259 834Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:0773 9548 688Email:
Tom studied History at the University of Leicester, specialising in Urban History and conservation within the University’s Centre for Urban History. He then completed a Masters in Urban Conservation in 2013, enabling him to further develop his knowledge of conservation legislation and the wide range of issues which surround the conservation and development of the historic built environment.
Hannah Smalley, BSc (Hons), AIfA
Senior Archaeological Consultant, Archaeology
Tel:01242 259 840Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07515 588 481Email:
With a background in archaeological geophysics and survey, Hannah has a broad knowledge of archaeology from all periods and regions. She is experienced in the writing and submitting of reports and Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant applications. Hannah has a technical knowledge of AutoCAD, illustration packages and processing software.
James Gidman, BSc, AIfA
Archaeological Consultant, Archaeology
Tel:01242 259296Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07590 735 851Email:
James has ten years professional experience in the historic environment sector; two of these at CgMs. He has worked on many diverse projects throughout the UK and Europe, ranging from wind farms and mineral extraction to residential and urban developments. James routinely prepares Written Schemes of Investigation, Desk Based Assessments and Mitigation Strategies.
Richard Smalley, BA (Hons), AIfA
Archaeological Researcher, Archaeology
Tel:01242 259 295Fax:01242 259 299
Mobile:07557 789 817Email:
Richard has a background in archaeological geophysics, survey and excavation. He is experienced in the writing and submitting of reports and has technical knowledge of a number of illustration packages and processing software such as AutoCAD, ArcGIS and Corel. Richard's current responsibilities include research and production of graphics for Desk-Based Assessments, Heritage Statements and ES Chapters. Richard also produces Desk-Based Assessments and Written Schemes of Investigation.
Secretary, Archaeology and Historic Buildings
Tel:01242 259 832Fax:01242 259 299