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Alan Kelsall

I am an architect living and working in Fremantle. I was born in Perth and studied architecture at the Western Australian Institute of Technology. Soon after qualifying, I visited England on what was to have been a six-month holiday; it turned out to be a much longer stay of nearly twenty years!

I returned to Perth in 1995, having worked in London during all the time I was in the UK. In July 1998 I formed Kelsall Binet Architects in partnership with Gena Binet. The practice specialised in conservation and heritage work and in, some cases, acted as consultants for larger architectural firms. A large proportion of our work consisted of heritage projects in Fremantle.

In 2012 I was appointed Heritage Co-ordinator for the City of Fremantle, a position I held until 2019 when I retired.

I am pleased to have been chosen to be a member of the Fremantle History Society committee and look forward to contributing to the important role the society plays in increasing the community’s awareness of the rich and diverse history of Fremantle.

References, Links, Notes

FHS Newsletter, January 2021.

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