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24 April 2013 | Posted by Jon Burgess
Edward James has joined the Cambridge office Beacon Planning as a heritage consultant to add the planning consultancy's specialist heritage expertise.

Edward joins Beacon Planning from Built Environment Advisory and Management Services (BEAMS Ltd) - which is the commercial arm of the Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust - where, as a conservation and historic buildings officer, he worked with a range of businesses in both the private and public sectors, as well as with local authorities.

He has a Masters degree in The Archaeology of Buildings from the University of York where he obtained his first degree in Archaeology, and he has a particular interest in British industrial history.

At Beacon Planning, Edward will be working on its wide-ranging portfolio of conservation related planning projects across the Cambridge and London offices.