Dr Kim Roberts is a registered architect who has specialised in heritage architecture and consulting for over 20 years. She has expertise in conservation architecture, heritage planning and heritage asset management, and the provision of statutory and strategic heritage advice. She has a background in contemporary architectural design and has acted as design and project architect on a number of award-winning projects.

In collaborating with a wide range of stakeholders to improve heritage outcomes Kim has proved herself rigorous, diplomatic, and persuasive. She has worked in a range of strategic and statutory planning environments to achieve sustainable levels of development while preserving heritage significance. In these roles her input has been directed at improving the balance between cultural heritage, social and urban interfaces, architectural design, and development outcomes.

Kim was appointed to the Victorian Design Review Panel based on her heritage and architectural acumen in 2016. She was appointed to the Ballarat Design Review Panel in 2022.

Kim’s Project Experience: 

  • St Mary’s and St Colman’s Property Strategy and Conservation Management Plan, 2022-2023 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Puckapunyal Military Area Heritage Management Strategy (Cantonment), 2021-2022 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Heritage Area Site Master Plan, 2020-2023 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Heritage Council of Victoria Heritage and Climate Change Project Stage 2, 2022 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • South Yarra Heritage Review, 2020-2022 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Kelly House Heritage Conservation Works, 2019-2021 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Abbotsford Convent Conservation Management Plan Project, 2019-2020 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Williamstown Local Port Area and Jetties Heritage Assessment and advice, 2023 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Glen Eira Heritage Advisory Services (Heritage Advisor), 2021-2023 (In former role at GML Heritage)
  • Department of Health and Human Services Heritage Asset Management Plan, 2008-2018 (In former role at DHHS)

Heritage is about the relationship between people, places, objects, and the stories that bind them. It seeks that which resonates, that which connects us to something bigger than ourselves.