Savills Enhances Heritage and Townscape Team with Dual Senior Consultants

Savills Enhances Heritage and Townscape Team with Dual Senior Consultants

(IN BRIEF) Savills has announced the addition of Trystan Lever and Harry Smith as senior consultants to its expanding Heritage and Townscape team. With diverse backgrounds in both commercial and local government sectors, Trystan and Harry will be based in the Margaret Street office in London. Their appointments contribute to strengthening the team’s offerings in specialized areas such as built heritage, townscape, and archaeology. Trystan, previously a planning officer at Islington Council, offers expertise in heritage asset management and adaptive re-use of heritage properties. Harry, with experience in heritage consultancy and commercial archaeology, brings knowledge in enhancing the built environment through heritage integration and supporting clients in the planning process.

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, 9-Aug-2023 — /EuropaWire/ — With experience across both commercial and local government, Trystan and Harry will be based in Savills’ Margaret Street office, in London, and strengthen the specialist built heritage, townscape and archaeology offerings of the team.

Before taking up the position of planning officer (design and conservation) at Islington Council, from where he joins Savills, Trystan worked as a researcher at The Built Heritage Consultancy Limited. An experienced, built heritage-led professional, he advises on the management and development of heritage assets and sites within their setting. Trystan also has expertise in applying for and determining listed building consent applications and working constructively with planners, urban designers and local and national stakeholders in the adaptive re-use of heritage assets.

Harry, who has a background in heritage consultancy and commercial archaeology, has experience working for a range of private and public sector clients on domestic and international heritage projects. He joins Savills from CBA, where he held the position of heritage consultant. Prior to that, Harry worked as a consultant planning archaeologist at the Museum of London Archaeology. He has experience providing advice on a wide range of projects, with a particular focus on the role of heritage in placemaking and enhancing the built environment, as well as supporting clients through the planning process, including assessing site options, schemes and heritage impacts. He has also contributed evidence on heritage matters for public inquiry.

Henry Ryde, director and national head of the built heritage, townscape and archaeology team at Savills, comments: “These are two significant appointments which will further strengthen the expertise provided by our 14-strong team in England. Both Trystan and Harry are great additions to the team and they bring a wealth of local government and commercial knowledge which will be of enormous benefit to our clients and the wider Savills network.”

These latest appointments follow the arrival of Dr Rachel Wood, who joined the Heritage and Townscape team as an associate earlier this year and whose focus is providing archaeological expertise to clients, supporting applications through the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process, and managing the delivery of archaeological fieldwork.

Media Contact:

Henry Ryde
Director, National Head of Heritage (Built and Archaeological) and Townscape, Planning
+44 (0) 7773 753 192

Claire Newing
Director, Press Office
+44 (0) 20 7016 3898

SOURCE: Savills


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