Bradley Fisher

Specialist Surveyor

BA (Hons), MSc

Bradley Fisher


Bradley obtained a Combined Honours degree in History and Archaeology from the University of Exeter in 2009. He followed this with more than a decade of experience in residential development, project management and new-build defect resolution. Seeking to combine his practical knowledge with an enthusiasm for built heritage, he gained an MSc with Distinction in Historic Building Conservation at the Kingston School of Art. His research investigated the understanding of energy efficiency amongst owners of homes of traditional construction. Bradley is a Supporter of the IHBC, and a member of both the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Heritage Trust Network.

Areas of Practice

Bradley joined H+R in 2021 as a Specialist Surveyor focussed on both historic and contemporary structures. He specialises in the care and maintenance of historic windows, as well as providing advice on holistic approaches to energy efficiency improvements. Following recent study with the Technological University of Dublin, he undertakes computer simulation of constructional build-ups to inform hygrothermal risk assessment. More broadly, he is interested in conservation approaches that combine both the historic and natural environments, as well as how the public communication of built heritage can contribute to climate action.

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