Welcome To Ellen Leslie - Historic Buildings Research

Ellen Leslie provides a research service across the UK for building conservation and property professionals as well as private home owners. Her work can provide essential historical information to support planning applications or satisfy an owner's curiosity uncovering the story of the house, from who's lived there to how it has structurally changed over the decades and centuries.

Ellen Leslie MA DipCons(AA) FRSA studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture  there she attained the Postgraduate Diploma in the Conservation of Historic Buildings. She completed an MA in Historical Research at Birkbeck College in 2014. She had graduated with honours in Politics, Philosophy and History from the same college in 2001.

She is a member of The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain (SAHGB) and an affiliate member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC). 
Ellen is one the BBC Academy's Women Experts and is on their database and YouTube Channel: BBC Expert Women Channel.

In 2013 she was elected as a Guardian for the
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. and in 2014 was invited to be a trustee of theZibby Garnett Travel Fellowship. In 2016 she became a Fellow of the
Royal Society of Arts.

Ellen regularly gives talks to interested groups on house histories, How to Read Your Church as well as talks on specific architectural styles and periods. She writes about her work in her blog "Ellen Leslie - Building Storeys".

Her day-to-day work and historic buildings news can be followed on her Facebook Page 
"Ellen Leslie - Historic Buildings Research" and also on Twitter.

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