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Julian Siu
Senior Associate

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Julian Siu, GML Heritage Senior Associate and Manager, Proposals and Projects, is a built heritage expert with extensive experience in providing pragmatic solutions for heritage places. Client focused with great service delivery, he provides conservation advice, heritage impact assessment and heritage management reports for many diverse heritage assets. He has developed strategic management frameworks for heritage in the context of  change for major infrastructure, urban development, precinct renewals and divestment.

Julian specialises in built heritage, adaptive re-use and heritage interpretation. His knowledge of heritage planning and advanced project management skills has seen him successfully coordinate major projects for state and Commonwealth government clients in NSW and Victoria. Julian’s advisory services have contributed to a multitude of signature development projects in Sydney and Melbourne. Julian is also adept in community consultation and engagement with Traditional Owner organisations.

Julian sits on the Chinese Garden of Friendship Advisory Committee for Property NSW and is the Youth Forum Convenor for the ICOMOS 20th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium to be held in Sydney in October 2020.

Julian enjoys collaborating with design professionals, site owners, developers and industry organisations to deliver projects that balance heritage conservation with urban renewal and creative design responses.

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Not simply a passion to conserve and engage with our past in order to enliven our present, but also to re-imagine heritage for the future.

Qualifications

Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney (currently undertaking)

Master of Architecture, University of Sydney

Bachelor of Design (Architecture/Urban Design and Planning), University of Sydney

Affiliations

Australia ICOMOS (Full International)

Australian Institute of Architects (Graduate II)

National Trust of Australia (NSW)

National Trust of Australia (VIC)

Sydney Living Museums