Jack Lee is a heritage consultant with a background in historical research and conservation theory.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Master of Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney.
Jack has provided heritage advice, research and reporting on various conservation projects around Sydney and regional NSW for public and private sector clients. Jack is experienced in preparing reports for all stages of development assessment and compliance, including conservation management plans, heritage impact statements, significance assessments, opportunities and constraints analyses, archival recordings and heritage interpretation plans.
Jack has a thorough understanding and appreciation of heritage principles in contemporary urban and rural settings. He has worked on developing best practice heritage outcomes across a range of sites and building typologies from private residences to large state-owned civic buildings.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Sydney
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney