Nigel Walter is a Specialist Conservation Architect based in Cambridge, UK. He is inspecting architect for some 50 historic churches, many listed grade I, and a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (FRIBA). He is a member of the Church Buildings Council of the Church of England, where he has helped develop sustainability guidance and best practice. Nigel holds a PhD in Conservation from the University of York, where he is a Research Associate at the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture. The focus of his research is a narrative-based approach to conservation that addresses living buildings, particularly churches. He is also a Licensed Lay Minister in his local parish and has a keen practical interest in how church buildings work for worship and broader community use.
Architect and specialist in cultural heritage