Peter Riddington

Consultant
BSc(Hons) BArch(Hons) RIBA

Peter is an architect with extensive experience in the conservation and re-use of historic buildings.  He has won several coveted Europa Nostra awards: in previous employment for the Palm House in Kew Gardens and with DIA for: the restoration of the Mansion House in the City of London; the post-fire restoration of Windsor Castle; and for producing the Conservation Plan for the Palace of Westminster.  As well as being the director responsible for major architectural projects he has developed the built heritage advisory services the practice offer. With a dedicated team he has advised on projects throughout London on some of the country’s most notable historic buildings including: the Palace of Westminster; Royal Palaces; Royal Hospital Chelsea; Battersea Power Station and Burlington House and advises many of the great estates of London, including: The Crown; Grosvenor; Cadogan; and Portman Estates.

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Peter Riddington