Hannah Parham is a historic buildings specialist whose career began at English Heritage as an advisor to Government on the listing of buildings for special architectural or historic interest.
Since then Hannah has worked in private practice - as Director of Historic Buildings Consultancy at Donald Insall Associates, a conservation architecture practice - and for the Churches Conservation Trust, where she led capital projects to rescue historic buildings at risk. She is currently Head of Partnerships and Communities for London and the South East at Historic England.
Hannah studied history at Exeter College in Oxford and art history at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. She sits on the Southern Buildings Committee of the Victorian Society and is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.