Jeremy Lander

MA(Cantab) DipArch RIBA SCA AABC

Jeremy studied architecture at Cambridge University. He spent two years in Botswana on development projects before qualifying in 1984. He worked for the Cambridge firms Hughes & Bicknell and Cowper Griffith on office, school and laboratory buildings before joining Freeland Rees Roberts in 1991.

As well as designing new buildings and extensions he enjoys combining this with conservation work and works on many listed buildings and churches.  He is an accredited conservation architect both with the AABC and RIBA. He teaches professional practice at Cambridge University Department of Architecture and is an RIBA Part 3 examiner. He has been very active in the RIBA, serving on the National Council and on the committee responsible for their renowned library and drawings collection.