Neil Richardson


Neil brings with him an extensive portfolio of heritage, cultural and community regeneration experience, both in the UK and internationally. From 1990 to 2006, he was based in the Middle East, managing projects for the perpetuation and promotion of material heritage and culture. Since then, Neil has managed complex projects in the heritage, regeneration, cultural and tourism sectors in the UK, including lottery-funded projects of national significance, working with historic buildings and sites to safeguard them as heritage assets, visitor attractions and community facilities, and putting in place achievable business plans and robust operational systems to ensure these sites have sustainable futures. Neil's work is multi-disciplinary, and builds on strong sector knowledge, an understanding of the cultural and community facilities, and the role of the third-sector organisations in taking responsibility for heritage assets and their management.

Neil has previously worked closely with Insole Court Board members and team during his tenure as Director of the Insole Court Redevelopment Project – which bridged the planning and delivery phases of the Project, and the site’s reopening to the public across 2016 and 2017.

Since handing over and stepping back, he has watched Insole Court as it has established itself as an integral part of the local and wider Cardiff community and the cultural landscape. Neil’s affection towards Insole Court has continued as a visitor, often attending events onsite, and encouraging others to tour the house and frequent The Potting Shed Café.

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