Sarah Potter

Sarah is passionate about delivering projects which carefully integrate contemporary elements into sensitive historic environments. She has worked on projects of varying scale and typology in Cambridge, London and Edinburgh including residential, cultural, educational, ecclesiastical, and community. She enjoys developing proposals which allow for the continued use of listed buildings whilst protecting and repairing historic fabric and is particularly interested in the conservation of 19th and 20th century buildings. Sarah is working towards conservation accreditation.

Sarah has strong project management skills and is experienced at all stages of a project from feasibility through to completion.

Sarah is a chartered member of both the RIBA and RIAS. She is a Part III mentor and has been involved closely with the regional RIBA office to deliver community events at local schools.

In her spare time Sarah enjoys photography and the natural world – particularly when the two are combined! Sarah is also a fan of Scandinavian culture ­and is currently learning Swedish.

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