Emily Gee

London Planning Director

Historic England

Emily Gee is the Regional Director, London and South East at Historic England, where she has worked since 2001, including as Head of Listing and London Planning Director.

Emily has an undergraduate degree from Smith College, Massachusetts, a Masters of Architectural History and Historic Preservation from the University of Virginia, and a diploma in Building Conservation from the Architectural Association. Emily has published on Victorian and Edwardian housing for working women and on listing, including post-war buildings and diversity. Emily is a Governor at Thomas Coram Nursery, on the Council of Camden History Society and a Trustee at the Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe.


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