About Us

Freeland Rees Roberts Architects is an award winning practice specialising in contemporary design, sensitive renovation, and specialist conservation.

Celebrating over 30 years in practice, we are committed to providing appropriate, elegant and stylish solutions by listening to our client’s aspirations, and working collaboratively, creatively and professionally.

We design public buildings, residential developments, new houses, and university and educational buildings.

We use sustainable construction where possible and are committed to ecological design and building practice.

We are specialists in conservation and work with some of the country’s most important historic buildings, cathedrals and churches. We improve and reorder, as well as conserving and extending them.

We work with the planning authorities to find solutions, presenting models and drawings for both client and local authorities and undertaking public consultations when required.

Freeland Rees Roberts is an enjoyable, friendly and creative place to work. We aim to celebrate buildings and provide great visual and spatially interesting environments, approaching every project with a helpful and professional service.


Norwich Cathedral
Guildford Cathedral
The National Trust
University of Cambridge
Clare College, Cambridge
Clare Hall College, Cambridge
Downing College, Cambridge
King’s College, Cambridge
Magdalene College, Cambridge
Newnham College, Cambridge
Pembroke College, Cambridge
Peterhouse, Cambridge
St Catharine’s College, Cambridge
St John’s College, Cambridge
Selwyn College, Cambridge
Trinity Hall, Cambridge
Cambridge University Rugby Club
Burghley House Preservation Trust
Cambridge City Council
The Churches Conservation Trust
Churches in Dioceses of Chelmsford,
Ely, Norwich, Peterborough, St Albans, and
St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
The City of London
Edward Storey Foundation
Forest Heath District Council
Hobson Publishing
Layer Marney Tower
The Temple Bar Trust
Wymondham Abbey

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New Buildings
Alterations and Extensions
Building Conservation
Building Surveys
Development Plans
Feasibility Plans
Brief Development
Presentation material , models and perspectives
Interior Design
Furniture and fittings
Access Audits
Preparation of Planning and Listed Building Applications
Preparation of Working Drawings, Schedules and Specifications
Preparation of Building Control Applications
Contract Administration
Conservation Plans
Heritage Statements
Quinquennial Inspections