Adiba Rahman is a heritage consultant with a background in architecture, space planning and heritage conservation.
She holds a Master of Architecture and a Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney.
Adiba is experienced in providing heritage design advice and assessing project design for planning pathways. She has prepared heritage significance assessments, heritage impact assessments, conservation management plans and schedules of conservation works for public and commercial buildings and sites. She has developed appropriate heritage conservation interventions ensuring compliance with the statutory and legislative framework of local environmental plans, state environmental planning policy provisions and the NSW Heritage Act 1977.
Prior to GML, Adiba worked at the University of Sydney as a heritage advisor. Her experience in heritage consultation, space planning and space data management included assessing project design and maintenance proposals for planning pathways and preparing heritage reports to ensure development compliance.
Adiba currently volunteers for the National Trust of Australia (NSW) and is a full international member of Australia ICOMOS. She has a passion for heritage conservation and aims to enhance community awareness and appreciation of cultural values while adopting new technologies and sustainable strategies.
Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney
Master of Architecture, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Architecture, BRAC University, Bangladesh
Full International Member, Australia ICOMOS
Volunteer, National Trust (NSW)
Member, NSW Heritage Network
Former Member, University of Sydney Heritage Advisory Group