Hannah Wooller AABC, ARB, RIBA, SPAB
Head of Conservation and Heritage
Hannah returned to Hudson Architects in 2017 to take up the new role of leading the practice’s rapidly growing portfolio of conservation and heritage projects. She has brought with her a wealth of experience in the sector having spent 6 years at Purcell in Manchester. Hannah is AABC accredited architect and has many years’ experience working with a wide range of consultants and leading design teams on a number of major projects on historic buildings and in the wider heritage context.
Projects for Purcell include: HLF Round II proposals for a £12m new gallery extension to Grade II* & Grade II Listed Manchester Museum (HLF funded); the Feasibility study including condition survey and commercial viability assessment for a derelict Grade II* Listed stately home and estate in Greater Manchester; Feasibility Study including Conservation Management Plan & Condition Survey for Grade II* Tonge Hall in Greater Manchester; Project running architect on £4.2m conservation & refurbishment works to the Grade II Listed Florence Institute, Liverpool (HLF funded); Development of specification and schedule of works for the repair, restoration and maintenance of the railings of the Grade I Listed Tatton Park; A controversial and sensitive extension to a Grade I Listed church in Cheshire; HLF Round II proposals for re-development of a Grade II Listed church in Salford to provide performing arts venue, conference facilities, café and community rooms including CMP and condition surveys (HLF funded)
Hannah enjoys disseminating architectural and heritage skills. She currently works as a visiting critic at the University of Liverpool School of Architecture. She is currently pursuing new connections in the region to develop education and skill sharing opportunities.