Antony has a background in history of art, archaeology, construction and planning. Following a career in commercial interior design (restaurants and offices) and a post-graduate diploma at the Architectural Association, he has specialized in the repair of historic structures, working first for Caroe & Partners Architects in London for 10 years, later with John Williams Architects in Jersey, and since 2002 as principal of his own practice. He is a member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
Antony is a Commissioner of the Jersey Architecture Commission, providing advice and design review for larger scale and complex developments in Jersey. He has also acted as locum Conservation Officer for the Planning Department. He has been historic buildings advisor to Jersey Heritage since 2002, advising on the repair and maintenance of buildings in the organisation’s care, and has lectured internationally about Jersey’s ‘Heritage Holiday Lets’ scheme in Hungary, Romania and Georgia. He is a trustee of the Jersey Maritime Trust, recently formed to promote opportunities in all maritime related industries.
Alison qualified as an architect in 1999. Alison studied in Plymouth, completing her part three in Bath. At the end of her studies Alison won a travelling scholarship to Hong Kong where she worked on a project in Shanghai for Patrice Butler. Alison returned to Jersey and has since worked for a number of Jersey practices.
Alison has experience of taking a project from initial design and brief development through to completion. Although her work has mostly been residential, both refurbishment and new build, she has also been involved in small commercial and public sector projects.
Marc is a qualified architect who has worked in London and Jersey, most recently for MS Planning. Marc’s architectural experience ranges from initial design development to on site supervision. Although he has specialised in residential work, he has also been involved in retail, leisure, educational and ecclesiastical projects. Spare time is spent entering design and architectural competitions around the world. Recent short-listed proposals have been exhibited and published in the US and Europe.
Marc is currently working on plans for re-ordering Trinity Church, and several domestic refurbishment projects, including a new build on the North coast of Jersey.
Wayne has been a professional designer all his working life. His experience includes graphic design, book design, illustration, public art and 3D exhibition design.
Museum design work includes extensive work on temporary exhibition programmes and the development of permanent museum exhibitions and major new museum spaces. Work in Jersey has included the Maritime Museum, Occupation Tapestry Gallery, Hamptonne Country Life Museum and Mont Orgeuil Castle. As past Head of Visitor Services for Jersey Heritage he has broad experience of project management and budget control as well as the management of visitor attractions.
Paul qualified in 1985 and has worked for Chesterton, Hamptons, Hermes Fund Managers and the Royal Bank of Scotland International (RBSI) where he was Property Strategy Manager.
In 2008 Paul left RBSI to join Sandpiper CI Ltd, a Private Equity Company. As Property Manager he was responsible for the asset management of the Sandpiper operational property portfolio in the Channel Islands. This included the sale of five Checkers supermarkets to Waitrose in 2010 and acquisition of retail space for new franchises including Iceland, Costa Coffee, Pasty Presto, Hotel Chocolate, M & S Home store and Jack Wills and Co.
Paul is now Managing Director of Paul Ellison and Company, whose clients include Waitrose, Parish of St Helier, Jersey Enterprise and Morgan Stanley. He is also managing director of Cronus II Limited which is developing Enderby Wharf, Greenwich, London, a mixed use £200M scheme including cruise liner terminal, hotel, residential and commercial uses. He is particularly interested in sustainable development and facilitating conservation of historic and listed buildings.
Nick is a Chartered Accountant who qualified with one of the ‘big four’ accountancy practices in the 1980’s and has over 20 years of financial management experience working in the heritage sector. He also has considerable experience in strategic development and management of commercial activity at heritage venues, including visitor admissions, catering, retail and venue hire.
Nick has provided financial reporting to government overseeing capital development programmes within the heritage sector. This has included committees that oversaw the construction of the Jersey Archive, the Mont Orgueil restoration project and the development of Jersey’s ‘Heritage Holiday Lets’ scheme.
Since completing a degree in real estate valuation and management Michael has worked for Stephen Aylwin & Co, Chartered Surveyors and ABS Chartered Surveyors in Jersey and was elected as an associate member of the RICS in 2009.
His interest in historic buildings has led to attendance on the RICS Conservation summer course (2013) and SPAB courses 2009 (pointing & lime mortar) and 2011 (introduction to historic buildings). Work in Jersey has included repairs to the listed 1930s façade of ‘New Look’ in King Street (with Antony Gibb), lime pointing and repairs to the Moulin de Lecq, and repairs to properties owned by private domestic and commercial clients and the Crown. During 2015 he has worked on the project to stabilise the First Gate at Mont Orgueil Castle.
Sasha trained in textiles at Farnham University for the Creative Arts, winning the RSA Design Award the year after graduation. After working in the design department at John Lewis she then worked for Turnell & Gigon at Chelsea Harbour before joining the World of Interiors magazine as retail editor.
Since leaving WoI she has worked as a freelance stylist and now produces her own range of textiles made from dyed vintage blankets. Interior design and styling projects in Jersey include the first three Heritage Holiday Lets: Barge Aground, Fort Leicester and the Radio Tower.
Since 2012 she has worked as Visual Arts Officer for the Jersey Arts Trust, promoting local art and artists, notably through the Skipton Open Studios, and through collaborations with artists from the UK, Germany, Canada and elsewhere. She also advises on ‘percentage for art’ projects where these are included in Jersey developments.
Heather qualified as a Landscape Architect in 2002 whilst working for a leading UK multi-disciplinary Landscape and Urban Design practice in Manchester. She gained experience from feasibility and planning through to construction and implementation whilst working on both small and large scale projects.
For the last 15 years she has been working on commercial landscape and architectural projects in Jersey preparing Planning and Bye-Law applications. She is now using her skills to repair historic and listed buildings and restore and improve their landscape settings.