Robert Boyd appointed to the Central Business District Historic District Landmarks Commission Architectural Review Committee

H/S Associate Principal Robert Boyd has been appointed to the Central Business District Historic District Landmarks Commission Architectural Review Committee in New Orleans. The CBD Historic District Landmarks Commission (HDLC) is the regulatory agency for the local Historic Districts and Landmarks in the Central Business District, including Canal Street, Lafayette Square, Picayune Place, and the Warehouse District.The Architectural Review Committee members assist the City's staff of preservation professionals in reviewing new construction and proposed changes to existing properties within the Historic Districts and make recommendations to the full Commission.

The HDLC is tasked to safeguard the City's heritage by preserving and regulating historic landmarks and historic districts that reflect elements of its cultural, social, economic, political, and architectural history. They help preserve and enhance the quality of neighborhoods, strengthening the City's economic base, stimulating the tourist industry, improving property values, fostering economic development, and encouraging growth.

This appointment allows Robert to apply his extensive professional experience in historic restoration, the design of new structures in historic contexts, and his lifelong passion for New Orleans architecture and history.

Robert Boyd appointed to the Central Business District Historic District Landmarks Commission Architectural Review Committee