Principal Heritage Specialist
Stacey Weiser is a historic buildings specialist who is passionate about the built environment, traditional methods and materials. She has over twenty-eight years experience in both conservation of historic building, new build interior design/architecture and problem solving.
Her work in the UK includes private, public and charitable sectors all focused on historic buildings. Her US experience includes new build corporate, education, healthcare and more private sector design, space planning and architecture.
Her knowledge spans planning Policy, Legislation, Conservation Principles, excellent research and understanding of buildings and sites, she is efficient, organised and detail oriented and believes in high quality customer service/collaborative approach to project management.
Stacey has worked in Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire including both South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge City. Her most recent position was working with a local charity as the conservation ‘watchdog’ for residents championing quality design, materials, speaking on behalf of residents, infrastructure, policy related matters, ecology and biodiversity and the natural environment.
She is a full member of the Institute of Historic Buildings Conservation (IHBC) and holds an MA in Conservation of Historic Buildings from the University of York and a BA in Interior Design, art and architecture from American Intercontinental University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Outside of Parker Planning Services:
Stacey enjoys spending time with her son, watching films and going for walks or swimming. She also enjoys photography and exploring historic buildings and their history.