Humble Heritage was established by Liz Humble, a directing heritage consultant with over twelve years professional experience.
Based in Yorkshire, the practice undertakes work across England, Wales and Scotland.
Liz graduated from the University of
Cambridge with a Master’s degree in Archaeology and Anthropology.
She later gained a Masters in Medieval Archaeology from the University of York.
Liz is a full professional member of both the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
14 Ashbourne Way, York, YO24 2SW
Humble Heritage Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales 9927233
Humble Heritage is an accredited conservation and heritage practice under the HESPR scheme managed by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
Liz formed Humble Heritage after working with English Heritage and both archaeological and architectural practices. Liz has extensive knowledge of historic buildings and their landscape settings and also urban and rural areas.
She understands the applicable planning legislation and consent procedures when considering change to historic places. Liz works on all types of old buildings and landscape settings and also serves as Cathedral Archaeologist to Ripon Cathedral and Sheffield Cathedral.
Liz is an editor of The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain & Ireland which is an online record of all the surviving Romanesque sculpture in Britain and Ireland, surviving at more than 5000 sites.
Liz takes time to build relationships with clients and contractors, allowing her to work closely with them and to understand their requirements and the needs of the site in order to achieve a successful outcome.
When not at work Liz likes to explore our national heritage, visit museums, and enjoy countryside pursuits.
Humble Heritage Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales: 9927233