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. In his spare time Henry enjoys woodwork, painting and collecting fossils.