Andrew Shepherd

Andrew is a conservation architect based in Sheffield for over 40 years.  He has enjoyed instructions involving a substantial range of projects of a dazzling variety for Scheduled Ancient Monuments, “listed” buildings and buildings in Conservation Areas.  These have ranged from the repair of a derelict dovecote, to works to Grade I buildings and Scheduled Ancient Monuments.  He has always worked on a wide range of ecclesiastical buildings undergoing repair or improvement for different faiths and denominations.

Additionally, he has had extensive experience of dispute resolution, Expert Witness in Building Defects, Professional Negligence and other construction related disputes having acted as Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Mediator and Conciliator.
Andrew is a conservation architect based in Sheffield for over 40 years.  He has enjoyed instructions involving a substantial range of projects of a dazzling variety for Scheduled Ancient Monuments, “listed” buildings and buildings in Conservation Areas.  These have ranged from the repair of a derelict dovecote, to works to Grade I buildings and Scheduled Ancient Monuments.  He has always worked on a wide range of ecclesiastical buildings undergoing repair or improvement for different faiths and denominations.

He was involved with post graduate education for Building Conservation at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London for 15 years, which has led to ongoing teaching/workshop participation in Eastern Europe and the Balkans.  He is an EU Accredited Heritage Expert involved with heritage training NGOs in Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzogovina, Serbia, Albania Romania and Transylvania.