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Christopher Reeves

Senior Lecturer

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

chris reevesBefore joining the University, he worked for the former Property Services Agency, predominantly working with the unusual buildings on the military estate.

Christopher’s expertise is in architectural history, building pathology, public health engineering and hydrology. He has done work in flood risk assessment, including prediction of building flood damage, and is now carrying out research into the future uses of redundant historic railway signal boxes.

Outside of work, Christopher is a member of Friends of the National Railway Museum, goes mountain climbing and plays the flute.


  • Educational Development PGDip September 16 1991
  • MSc September 16 1991
  • Member Chartered Society of the Environment 2007
  • Member (MRICS) Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) 1989


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