Will Henley is a news reporter at BD - not to be confused with Will Hurst, the news editor.
He has worked on BD since May 2008 and writes about heritage, commercial architects, financial issues, the Greater London Authority, and health buildings.
He has previously worked on titles such as Money Marketing, TNT and The Times Online as well as for the Institute of War and Peace Reporting. Prior to joining the world of journalism, Will worked in the Balkans - in Kosovo and the Republic of Macedonia and also once toiled away for the Home Office. His career as a wedding DJ bombed after a single gig.
Will is a big fan of art, politics, architecture and electronic and jazz music. His greatest achievement is winning a Blue Peter badge aged eight and three-quarters.
He is always pleased to hear from you. firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 207 921 8202
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