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Ellen Leslie

Ellen Leslie is an independent historian, researching the social and structural history of buildings for conservation architects, other property professionals as well as private home owners. She has undertaken over 250 research commissions all over the country, ranging from the Cooperative Complex in Manchester, a number of Wealden Hall Houses in Sussex and Kent, The Heveningham Estate in Suffolk, the Goldsmith’s Company in the City of London, Lutyen’s Munstead Place in Godalming, Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire as well as numerous 18th and 19th century townhouses in central London, including the Nash Terraces in Regents Park.


She attained the Post-Graduate Diploma in the Conservation of Historic Buildings from the AA in 2006 and previously achieved a BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and History at Birkbeck College (2001). Ellen is a Guardian of the SPAB, a Trustee of the Zibby Garnett Travel Fellowship, a member of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain (SAHGB) and is an affiliate member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.


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