Andrew Derrick has been a director of AHP since 2005. He is based in London and Suffolk.
Andrew read Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art and subsequently took a post-graduate diploma in Building Conservation from the Architectural Association in London. From 1987 to 2002 he was an Inspector of Historic Buildings for English Heritage, initially in London and later in East Anglia. From 2002 until 2005 he was Assistant Regional Director at English Heritage’s Cambridge office and also held a national responsibility for policy on places of worship. He co-ordinated the English Heritage publication New Work in Historic Places of Worship.
He is a trustee of the East Suffolk Building Preservation Trust, and a member of the Roman Catholic Patrimony Committee and the Historic Churches Committee for the Diocese of Westminster. He has written widely on architectural and conservation matters. He is a member of the Institute for Historic Buildings Conservation.
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