BA (Hons), PGDipLib, MA, DipConsHistEnv (RICS), IHBC

Diana Coulter is a historic environment and church buildings adviser, with wide-ranging experience gained in the Cathedral and Church Buildings Division of the Church of England.  Diana is able to help parishes who want to make changes to church buildings, to introduce new art in sacred spaces and to source and apply for grant aid. A full member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), Diana holds the Diploma in Conservation of the Historic Environment (RICS) from the College of Estate Management.  

Diana's previous experience includes teaching architectural history to adult students, specialising in post-medieval periods, as well as leading on training and development programmes for staff working in libraries and higher education at regional and national levels.  An experienced facilities manager, Diana also works voluntarily on heritage interpretation and raising awareness of conservation issues for her local civic society.

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Telephone:  0118 969 2132


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