Architectural Conservation Consultant (London)
Emily is an Architectural Conservation Consultant with a background in architecture and planning. She began working at Heritage Architecture after completing her masters in Building Conservation at the Weald and Downland Museum (University of York). In addition to her undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Nottingham, this has developed her knowledge of heritage, conservation and architectural design.
Having previously worked for a large architectural practice in London, Emily was involved in several projects with both listed and unlisted buildings, as well as scheduled ancient monuments. Her architectural background is supplemented by her public sector experience as a planning officer, where she primarily worked on heritage related cases in a highly sensitive landscape. As such, Emily has experience in decision making and providing advice for planning applications and pre-applications, including schemes affecting conservation areas, listed buildings and non-designated heritage assets. She is knowledgeable of the planning system and process, which informs her work in architecture and conservation.
Emily has a particular interest in traditional building materials and timber framing. In her spare time, Emily enjoys painting, yoga and skiing.