Ian Salisbury is a chartered architect. He specialises in designing for sensitive and historic environments, building and landscape conservation, forensic examination, and rescue management.

Following the growth of its consultancy work, his firm offers project management support, planning and building legislation advice including representation at inquiries, and procurement advice. Consultancy services are given to a wide range of clients including architects and designers, insurers, employers and contractors, as well as users.

Ian Salisbury has been responsible for major extensions to several Oxford University colleges, two new universities in the Middle East for 25,000 students, company headquarters relocation, church repair and reordering schemes (including reordering two Grade I listed churches), sports and arts complexes, public and private housing, palaces, surgeries, visitors’ centres, restaurants, landscaping and urban regeneration schemes, factories and agricultural buildings, town halls and schools. Current appointments include his appointment as the Cathedral Architect of Leicester. The cathedral was given a National RIBA Award 2017 and the RIBA East Midlands Building of the Year 2017 Award for re-ordering works by the Project Architects van Heyningen & Haward.

Ian Salisbury is Treasurer of the Cathedral Architects Association.

Photo: Leicester Cathedral spire, after repair: Ian Salisbury