Anske is a Built Heritage and Conservation practitioner, specialising in the Heritage guidance and planning for historic buildings, scheduled monuments and the wider historic environment. Alongside his specialism within the commercial sphere, Anske is an Assistant Practitioner Lecturer in the History of Architecture and researcher in Architectural Conservation at the Kent School of Architecture & Planning.
He studied Archaeology at the University of Durham from 2008 to 2011. In the following years he went on to working within the Heritage and Tourism sector. In 2017 Anske studied Architectural Conservation at the University of Kent, where he was awarded the Master of Science with Distinction in 2019. In the same year he was awarded the Vice Chancellor Scholarship for PhD Research at the Kent School of Architecture and Planning focusing in Medieval Architecture. Prior to this, Anske has worked in and contributed to archaeological research sites including Durham and York
Following Anske’s academic career, he has a wide experience and involvement in the built conservation and archaeological environment. His expertise in historic buildings, domestic and ecclesiastical, heritage planning, contemporary architectural design, monuments and archaeological management, provides the steer required for national legislation and consent process.