The success of Deborah’s work illustrates positive collaboration with often hand-picked experts and technicians to the benefit of the client. Her contact list includes national figures in landscape and building conservation, landscape design, archaeology, ecology, fine art and object conservation. Whether working as lead consultant or as part of a wider team, Deborah is able to contribute beyond her brief to secure the best outcome for the project.

recent collaborations include:

  • Alan Baxter Ltd:  Highgate Cemetery Conservation Plan, London
  • Purcell: Anfield Cemetery Conservation Management Plan, Liverpool
  • Tom Stuart-Smith: Private garden, Dorset
  • Jeremy Rye Studio: The Wilderness, Croydon (Methodist Homes Association); private estate, Richmond, London
  • Mel Morris Conservation: Kedleston Hall Setting Study, Derbyshire; Bullsmoor Public Inquiry, Derbyshire
  • BSG Ecology: Brampton Bryan Park, Herefordshire
  • Tyler Grange: Highgate Cemetery, London; Belmont House, North Somerset
  • Tree and Woodland Company: Brampton Bryan Park, Herefordshire
  • Catherine Wolfitt Associates: Belmont House, North Somerset

“Deborah Evans was Alan Baxter’s sub-consultant on major and complex Conservation Plans at Tyntesfield and Highgate Cemetery. She was an invaluable part of the team, bringing her enthusiasm, great depth of knowledge and practical experience, her research and writing skills, and her ability to interact well with both stakeholders and the client body. She added significant value both to the process of conservation planning and to the finished report.”

William Filmer-Sankey, Director, Alan Baxter Ltd.

“Deborah was heavily involved in our William Kent historic parkland restoration project, she greatly assisted understanding all aspects of the project, setting the brief for the contractors, assisting with ensuring that the standards required were met and that the grant aid available was able to be claimed.  Deborah’s efforts were most appreciated by the The Duke and Duchess of Grafton and the Countess of Euston, all of who were heavily involved in the project.”

Andrew Blenkiron, Estate Director, Euston Park