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Charles Hippisley-Cox BSc BA MBEng IHBC FHEA MCIAT studied Geology and worked with historic buildings during the 1980s. He undertook architectural training as a mature student before working with the late John Ashurst at Bournemouth University. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Building Conservation in the Department of Architecture & 3d Design at Huddersfield University where he is also course director for Architectural Technology.
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