Henry Freeland

BA(Hons) BArch(Hons) RIBA FSA AABC

Henry studied architecture at Bristol University qualifying in 1973. Since forming Freeland Rees Roberts in 1981 he has worked in general architectural practice on private houses, Cambridge & Oxford colleges, doctor’s surgeries, National Trust properties, country houses, ecclesiastical buildings, scheduled monuments, listed secular buildings and offices.

He is accredited in architectural conservation and is a specialist in the adaptation, renovation, repair and conservation of historic buildings and monuments and designing buildings in historic contexts. He is a member of the Ely Diocesan Advisory Committee, the Fabric Advisory committees of St Alban’s & St George’s Chapel Windsor, and Architect to Norwich Cathedral. Henry’s work includes Master’s Lodges at St John’s & St Catharine’s Colleges, the Interpretation Centre in Epping Forest, University College Oxford, St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Temple Bar.