About Mel Morris (continued)

Mel is motivated by getting under the skin of a project, understanding each site or building it in all its complexity, to distil what is important and address any conflicts. Informed research underpins all good decision-making and her approach to each project.

Mel is a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (MRTPI), the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and a member of the Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings (ASCHB)..


“…thank you for the considerable effort and valuable expertise you brought to the above project, since being employed on a consultancy basis in August of this year. All members of the Steering Group hold you in the highest regard and greatly appreciate the focus, drive and clarity you have given to the complex conservation issues, as well as to the management of the project in its entirety.”

Wollaton Hall -
Michael Williams, Deputy Chief Executive, Director of Leisure and Community Services, Nottingham City Council


“I read your report last night and I must say what a superb effort it is!  Very comprehensive and impressive”.

Nick Earley, owner of Atlas New Homes Ltd. – planning application in a London Conservation Area

Trent and Mersey Canal Bridges

Mel Morris

Institute of Historic Building Conservation