Sonya Linskaill – Manager

Sonya studied design before qualifying as an architect, and subsequently working for a number of years in private architectural practice.  In 2004 Sonya gained an MSc in European Urban Conservation and in 2009 RIAS Accreditation in Conservation Architecture.   Sonya joined the Trust in 2007 and has lead responsibility for the TBHC Scheme.

Sara Armstrong – Assistant Project Manager

 Sara has extensive events industry experience including organising and marketing a range of live events and exhibitions, and managing society memberships. Sara is now running all aspects of the TBHC membership and marketing as well as organising membership events.

 

Lindsay Lennie – TBHC Grant Manager

 Lindsay is a Chartered Surveyor who has worked with the Stirling City Heritage Trust on a part-time consultancy basis since 2011. In 2001, Lindsay gained the RICS Postgraduate Diploma in Building Conservation and in 2006 was awarded a PhD in Building Conservation for her thesis, “The Conservation of Historic Shopfronts in Perth and Perthshire”. She has her own consultancy business, Historic Shop Conservation, which was established in 2009.

Lindsay is the TBHC Grant Manager and assesses all applications and is the first point of contact for all TBHC grant enquiries.

David Lindsay

David Lindsay – Inspector

David trained as an architectural stone carver and worked for several stonemasonry companies before starting his own firm in 1990.  David is a qualified conservation mason with considerable experience working within the heritage sector.  He joined Stirling City Heritage Trust in April 2014.

Richard Groom – Inspector

Richard Groom joins the TBHC with his background of over 25 years as an architectural stonecarver and teacher of stonemasonary and stonecarving in Edinburgh’s Telford College for over 10 years. During this time work was produced for many high profile conservation repair and maintenance contacts (alongside our very own David Lindsay!)

Sculptural work includes a 23 foot long Floating Head commissioned for the Glasgow Garden Festival 1988 and his sculptural stone work has been sold through noted London galleries.

From 2005 to 2016, Richard worked as the Traditional Building Skills Project Coordinator for CITB in Scotland, working closely with Historic Environment Scotland to raise awareness of the need to carry out repair and regular maintenance of traditional buildings and working towards a competent and qualified workforce and is currently the convenor of the Edinburgh Traditional Building Forum.