CV

education & qualifications:


RIBA corporate member since 1985
ARB registered architect since 1984

SPAB Repair course 2002
Architect Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC) since 2005 
AABC Assessor since 2016
RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect (SCA) since 2011

Cambridge Master of Arts 1983
Diploma in Architecture: 1983 (passed with distinction) 
-Robinson College, Cambridge 1981-1983
BA Hons Architecture: 1979
-Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge 1976-1979

employment history:

1991-2020: Freeland Rees Roberts Architects, Cambridge
equity partner 1994-2005, company director 2005-2020 

1988-1991: Cowper Griffith Associates, Whittlesford, Cambs
1987-1988: Lees Associates, London
1983-1987: Hughes & Bicknell Architects, Cambridge
1980-1981: Dalgliesh Lindsay Group Architects, Gaborone, Botswana

teaching:


University of Cambridge Department of Architecture RIBA Part III Professional Practice course tutor (2002 - 2017): lectures to students on professional ethics and management techniques
University of Cambridge Department of Architecture RIBA Part III Professional Studies Advisor (2003 - 2017): mentoring to Part III students each year on the Cambridge Course
University of Cambridge Department of Architecture: Supervisor to undergraduates in construction (1991 to 2001)
University of Cambridge Department of Engineering: Yr 3 Architecture module (1998-2000)
City of Cambridge Tour Guide Lecturer: lectures for Cambridge ‘Blue Badge’ tour guides on their intensive training course ‘Architecture in Cambridge 1015-2015’

examining:


RIBA Professional Studies Examiner at University of Cambridge, Oxford Brookes University, London Metropolitan University, UCL (The Bartlett), Huddersfield & Kingston University  (2009 to date)
AABC Assessor  (2016 to date)

committees:


RIBA Conservation Register Steering Group (2019 to date)

RIBA National Council (2010-13)
RIBA Library & Collections Committee (2010-13)
RIBA Eastern Region Education Committee 1994-1999 (chair 1996-99)
University of Cambridge/RIBA CPD Steering Group (1996-2000)
Cambridge Architecture Gazette Editorial Board (1998-2008)
Governor Queen Edith Community Primary School (1997-2004)

research:


The Origin and Use of Royston Cave 
Caius College: an Account of the Development of their 19th Century Cambridge Estate
Anchorholds and their role in Medieval Church Architecture
Queen Edith Area- History of a Cambridge suburb from Saxon times
Edward Godwin- architectural biography 19th century architect 
Ice Houses- a history of refrigeration in the pre-electrical age

Researcher and presenter for Burwell Community Radio on local history




 

St Paul's Church Cambridge- a reordering of this listed Victorian church to provide much-needed meeting room spaces, toilets and kitchens.

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