The Role of the Architect in the Estuarine/Coastal Space: In Conversation with Thames Estuary Partnership CE Heather Hilburn about her FRIBA Award
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Join us as celebrate the successes of Thames Estuary Partnership's Executive Director Heather Hilburn, as she has been awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects Honorary Fellowships Award 2022.
"This award is given to individuals who are recognised for outstanding achievements and thought leadership in the natural and built environments, including urban regeneration, culture, design, learning and engagement. This award is a reminder of the wealth of expertise that Heather brings to TEP, including planning, policy and development, impact investing as well as a deep understanding of heritage and cultural institutions. The depth of her knowledge help us achieve our objectives in that very unique space we work in, where the land and sea come together.
Heather is well placed to help us build a strong partnership across many disciplines, sectors and communities and ensure our work is investment ready." - Victoria Borwick, Chair, Thames Estuary Partnership
"Chief Executive of Thames Estuary Partnership, Heather Hilburn is a champion for sustainable living and inclusion in the built environment. She has helped shape large-scale heritage and regeneration projects, ensuring that outcomes benefit the local community. She regularly commissions young practices, helping many architects launch their careers." - Royal Institute of British Architects
To find out more about the FRIBA Award, as well as all it's winners: https://www.architecture.com/awards-and-competitions-landing-page/awards/riba-honorary-fellows
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Produced and Presented by Chloe Russell