The Landscape Heritage Study is being led by Extent Heritage and 33 Parallel Landscape Architects. The project team is comprised of the following personnel:
Eleanor Banaag, Senior Associate
Eleanor has worked in the heritage industry for over fifteen years and is highly skilled in heritage interpretation development, materials and built heritage conservation, heritage impact and planning control assessment and collection management. Eleanor has been involved in State significant urban developments, providing construction heritage management advice, impact assessment and materials conservation recommendations. Eleanor was critically involved in undertaking the Cumberland Council Heritage Review, which involved the reassessment of approximately 350 individual heritage items and HCAs, and the assessment of over 150 potential new heritage items. She also prepared a maintenance and repair guidelines for Council-owned heritage assets for Wingecarribee Shire Council.
Eleanor will project manage the delivery of the Landscape Heritage Study.
Kim Watson, Heritage Advisor
Kim is a heritage advisor with a background on working on various built heritage projects in NSW. She has a Masters degree in Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney and has worked in the industry for over four years. During her career, Kim has been a part of several large-scale projects within NSW including sites of local and state heritage significance. She has developed a wide range of skills in historical research, heritage impact assessments and field survey. She has experience in producing Photographic Archival Recordings, Statements of Heritage Impacts, Conservation Management Plans, Moveable Heritage Audits and Heritage Studies. She has worked on several large multi phased projects such as the Sydney Trains Signal Box Movable Schedules, Mount Victoria Conservation Management Plan, Cumberland Council Heritage Study, and Randwick Heritage Study.
Kim is working on all phases of the Landscape Heritage Study.
Darren Mansfield, 33 Parallel Landscape Architects
Darren’s experience as a Landscape Architect covers a wide range of projects from landscape scenic assessments through to major road and rail infrastructure, airports, embassies, campuses, parks and resorts. He has directed the planning and design of significant public and private landscapes locally, nationally and internationally and brings a deep technical understanding, design experience and leadership to projects.
He brings a strong sustainability ethic to his work including those with water sensitive urban design components and has co-authored the Roads and Maritime Service’s Water Sensitive Urban Design Guidelines. He is also the author of a book on Australian rainforest plants. His experience covers all aspects of project delivery from concept design to drawing and specification coordination, consultant coordination, programming, design and material selection, production drawings, reports, and construction administration.
Darren is working on all phases of the Landscape Heritage Study.