Jonathan Bryant is well known in the industry for contributing informed, considered and constructive heritage advice to the government and private property sector. He has a reputation for the successful delivery of complex and sensitive heritage projects.

With two Honours Degrees in Architecture and a Masters Degree in Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney, Jonathan is involved in all stages of project delivery from initial feasibility studies, heritage design development, preparation of appropriate heritage reports and documentation, authority liaison, and architectural heritage conservation services.

He has worked on some of the most high-profile recent conservation projects in the State. Prior to joining Urbis, Jonathan was the lead heritage consultant responsible for the QT Hotel, Sydney adaptive reuse project. This project demonstrates the successful meeting of contemporary heritage practice, architecture and interior design and was the 2013 recipient of the Australian Institute of Architects’ Francis Greenway Award for Heritage Architecture Creative Adaptation, the Institute’s most prestigious award for heritage conservation.

Heritage conservation is about memory, identity, place and orientation in a rapidly changing world. Our work focuses on securing the past and managing that change.