Elaine Milton has 25 years of experience in the planning and conservation fields, eight of which were spent as the lead conservation officer for the local planning authority covering the Salisbury area.
Qualified with a first degree in Architecture, a Master’s degree in Town and Country Planning, and a post-graduate diploma in Architectural Conservation, Elaine is a full member of both the Royal Town Planning Institute and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
“I believe in a pragmatic and balanced approach to providing advice on planning and conservation matters, which preserves the special character of the historic environment while meeting the client’s aspirations.
Being a small practice helps to ensure that customers receive a personable and efficient service. While always taking a thorough approach, I am focused on meeting deadlines and always strive to exceed the client’s expectations.
By combining the customer care skills from my experience in local government and by utilising the wide network I have gained in the planning and conservation fields, I feel I am able to provide a comprehensive service that achieves the best possible outcome for the client”.