Professor Robin Webster OBE RSA FRIAS: Robin is a partner in the Glasgow firm of Cameron Webster Architects, and professor emeritus at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, where he was head of the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture for twenty years. He is Secretary of the Walmer Crescent Association and a trustee of the Scottish Stained Glass Symposium.
Professor John Hume OBE, BSc ARCST, Hon FRIAS, FSA Scot: John is an Honorary Professor at both the Universities of Glasgow and St. Andrews. He was a lecturer in Economic and Industrial History at the University of Strathclyde. After a career with Historic Scotland as an Inspector of Scotland’s Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings, he eventually retired as Chief Inspector of Historic Buildings in 1999. He lives in Glasgow and was instrumental in setting up many local heritage organisations such as the Forth & Clyde Canal Society and has written major reference books on Glasgow’s industrial heritage.
Board of Trustees:
Alistair MacDonald, Chair: Former Head of Planning for Glasgow, Alistair joined the City Council in 1977 and the Department of Planning in 1979. He has been involved in a variety of projects within the city and with European partners. He was Chair of The Heads of Planning Scotland 2011-12 and was the Convenor of the Royal Town Planning Institute Scotland in 2013. He is a Director of Glasgow Humane Society.
Martin Cullen, Vice Chair & Treasurer: Martin, a Chartered Accountant, has over 30 years’ commercial experience across the construction, oil & gas, distribution and retail sectors and has filled the Finance Director role in a number of corporate structures. For more than two decades he headed the finance function at Fairhurst which, through a combination of organic growth and acquisitions, has become the largest consulting engineering partnership in the UK. Having retired from the position of Financial Partner in 2016, he has since been fulfilling an invitation from the Fairhurst Board to remain in a consultancy role.
Rebecca Cadie: Rebecca Cadie is a director of ARPL Architects and studied architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture. She has worked in private practice for thirty years on historic and listed building projects and is a conservation accredited architect at advanced level under the RIAS Accreditation Scheme. She is the Diocesan Architect for the SEC Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway and is a trustee of the Church Buildings Renewal Trust.
Nicholas Blair: Nick graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 1994 winning the outstanding thesis memorial prize in his post graduate year. He has over 20 years experience in architectural practice and has been a director of ZM Architecture since co-founding the office in 2004. Nick was co-opted to the Board in February 2016.
Kathleen McAnea: Kathleen McAnea is a Director in the construction and projects team of solicitors, Burness Paull. She specialises in non-contentious construction law and whilst she has built up significant experience across the construction industry, she has developed a particular interest in the restoration and regeneration of historic buildings and sustainability in housing projects.
Judith Williamson: Judith Williamson is an economic consultant with significant experience in the heritage sector. For 10 years she ran Devonhall Associates, a small consultancy operating primarily in that sector, offering expert advice to the HLF, HES, NTS and other national organisations. As a specialist in business planning, project assessment, management, monitoring and evaluation, she worked on many of the Townscape Heritage Initiatives and a number of other major heritage projects in Scotland. Prior to setting up her own business, Judith worked as a Senior Consultant for Pieda and Jura Consultants in Edinburgh.
Joe Traynor: Joe Traynor is Head of Museums Development, working at Museums Galleries Scotland on the development and delivery of Scotland’s National Strategy for Museums, and the provision of associated areas of support. Joe is particularly interested in the impact of heritage on regeneration and communities and its potential for Place-making. He is also a Trustee of the Culture, Education and Equalities Trusts at the People’s Postcode Lottery and a Fellow of the Museums Association, the Royal Society of Arts, the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and the Chartered Institute of Management.
Councillor Laura Doherty