Sally Walker

Director - Native Architects

PANEL DISCUSSION - Planning Permission

About Sally Walker

Sally was elected into the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1980 and was added to the RIBA list of accredited Conservation Architects in 2014 following completion of a Masters degree in Buildings Archaeology and Conservation at the University of York. Sally was Master of York Guild of Building 2016 - 2017, and is a member of York Consortium of Conservation and Craftsmanship and York CivicTrust with whom she works on a Consultancy basis.

Sally is Director of Native Architects celebrating 20 years since its formation in 1997. Native aspire to be the best sustainable design practice in Yorkshire designing high performance, low energy buildings that have a low impact on the environment. Native architects are committed to the conservation of our built heritage, traditional forms of building construction and the regeneration of underused buildings particularly in the countryside.We specialise in forms of construction that employ bio-based insulation products to create comfortable, healthy buildings for our clients and the building users. Native is a member of the AECB (Association for Environment Conscious Building) and the ASBP (Alliance for Sustainable Building Products).

Sally has designed rural diversification and development projects in the leisure, commercial and residential sectors.

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