We are a small creative team with experience across a range of sectors, including community regeneration, planning, social enterprise, historic conservation, site interpretation, and project management. We bring our skills together to deliver award-winning projects with people we work with.
Director of Regeneration
Matthew has worked in regeneration, social enterprise and community projects across the public, private and third sectors. He started his career with the London Borough of Lewisham before working with the consultancy Shared Intelligence. Before joining CCT Matthew worked in the regeneration department of the London Borough of Lambeth.
Matthew joined us in 2008 and became Director of Regeneration in 2015. Matthew leads our work finding sustainable long-term solutions for churches and facilitating increased involvement of local communities in the regeneration of local heritage. He also leads on the Trust’s consultancy work.
Isabel joined the Regeneration Team in 2011 after careers in the museum and conservation sector, the latter working on community-led strategies for biodiversity improvement and climate change mitigation.
Since working at the Trust Isabel has led the delivery of a number of internal projects including the £2.7m New life for St Nicholas’ project in King’s Lynn as well as managing a number of consultancy contracts for client groups.
Isabel is a PRINCE 2 Project Manager and holds a RIBA Certificate in Construction Project Management and an MSc in Sustainable Heritage from University College London.
Rachel joined the Trust in 2013 after working at the Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust as Project Officer on their award-winning project, SHAPING 24, leading community engagement and promoting 24 iconic buildings across Norwich and Ghent. Since being with the Regeneration Taskforce Rachel has worked on major capital projects All Souls Bolton and Quay Place, and has a RIBA Certificate in Construction Project Management. Her main interest lies in community-led heritage regeneration, both nationally and internationally. Rachel is a qualified project manager (PRINCE2) and has a MA Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies from the University of East Anglia.
Sarah joined the Regeneration Team in July 2015 after gaining 6 years’ experience in audience development, activity planning and strategy working in a number of London's small museums. Sarah is a qualified project manager (PRINCE2) and has a MA Cultural Heritage from University College London.
Following an undergraduate degree in history and a first career in publishing, Tessa completed a Masters in Sustainable Heritage at UCL before joining our regeneration taskforce in September 2016.