Business planning, new project origination, marketing, project definition and visioning

BEd Psychology, University of Durham

PhD Landscape Perception, University of Hull

Visiting Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, University College London

Special Adviser to UNOPS, the United Nations Office for Project Services 

David Prince is a business planner and cultural project strategist with over forty years experience of innovative working with public, private and charity sector clients on a range of projects internationally.

He specialises in the definition, visioning, planning and promotion of cultural and heritage projects ranging from museums and archaeological sites, public urban spaces, nature reserves and other protected landscapes, including World Heritage Sites. He has led and manged complex teams in the delivery of multi-faceted projects, many involving either threatened or protected landscapes.

He maintains a strong academic commitment to the way people perceive their environment and plan their futures particularly in places, such as the Balkans and the Middle East, which involve contested landscapes or environments under stress, including from the effects of climate change.

(A detailed CV is available on request).