Catherine Croft is an expert on post war architecture and the public perception of C20 design. She has been the Director of the C20 Society for over 15 years. The Society campaings for the preservation of architecture and design from 1918 onwards, and is a National Amenity Society with a statutory role in the UK planning system. She has a spe4cail interest in concrete and the conservation of historic concrete, and has worked with Historic England and the Getty Conservation Institute to develop practical training and published advice.
She has served as a Trustee of Heritage Alliance Link, and has previously worked for English Heritage, The Theatres Trust, The Victorian Society, the RIBA Drawings Collection and Middlesex University. She lectures widely on heritage and built environment issues, in the UK and abroad, and has contributed to many architectural books and publications as well as leading specialist architectural tours. She is currently the editor of C20 Magazine, which she launched in 2012. She has appeared on many Radio and TV programmes, giving an expert opinion of C20 architecture and heritage. She has degrees in Architecture, Material Culture and Building Conservation.