Sarah Kettles

Sarah is a Heritage Consultant at Sarah Kettles Conservation (sole trader).

Sarah’s first degree was in Geography, when she developed a particular interest in the effect of out of town shopping centres on traditional retail centres. Thereafter, she worked in London for 10 years, including 4 years as a senior consultant for the UK’s leading specialist geodemographic company.

During the last 15 years, and following the successful completion of an MSc in European Urban Conservation at the University of Dundee, Sarah has been involved in managing a variety of grant aided heritage projects. This has included the project management of the Brechin Townscape Heritage Initiative and Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme. Between 2013 and 2016 she was responsible for the development of Angus Council’s community asset transfer policy and management of a local community planning team. More recently she was involved in developing the successful funding application for the ‘Fife Pilgrim Way’ long distance route in Fife. Sarah has also worked as the Development Manager for Glasgow City Heritage Trust.

Sarah is a full member of IHBC and is the membership secretary of the Scottish Branch. She is an associate member of the Scottish Community Learning & Development Standards Council.