Iain is a graduate chemist having studied at Glasgow Caledonian University. He has previously worked in industrial quality control, process development and in web development before taking up photography as a vocation.
It was through photography that Iain became interested in Govan Graving Docks. He started a campaign for their restoration as a shipbuilding heritage park – to celebrate the legacy the industry played in shaping the City of Glasgow and the Clyde and the role that Glasgow played in world shipping.
It is this campaign, networking with others who are interested in Govan Graving Docks and development of a proposal for a heritage park that has led to the establishment of the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative.
Trading as Cultural Planning Practice, Liz Gardiner is a free-lance consultant specialising in cultural planning.
As an Associate Lecturer at the University of the West of Scotland she develops and delivers continuing professional development modules in cultural planning.
As founder and director of Fablevision, she develops and delivers case study examples in practice – often in partnership with other third sector organisations.
As a founder board member of the European network Banlieues d'Europe, Liz develops and delivers international collaborative practice and shared learning.
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Arthur is delighted to be involved with the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative and helping to advise the Board on how to define, plan and deliver on their aims and objectives.
He brings to the Board nearly 40 years of experience in civil engineering, infrastructure and environmental management including the management of capital projects and programmes.
This broad experience includes 23 years at senior and executive levels working both with and advising; government organisations, professional bodies, communities and others to both develop and deliver their capital and infrastructure needs.
We are putting together a team of experts to advise on various aspects of our projects. New members will be added in due course.