Emma qualified as an Architect from the University of Huddersfield in 2011 and developed an interest in heritage projects early in her career. Over the past 10 years, she has gained considerable experience working on traditionally procured, historically sensitive projects. She achieved a Post Graduate Diploma in Building Conservation and Regeneration in 2016 and became an RIBA accredited conservation architect in 2018.
Emma remains passionate about delivering high-quality, contemporary and sustainable designs within historically sensitive environments and likes to promote the importance of maintaining the significance of our heritage buildings through adaptive reuse. Emma recently joined Peregrine Bryant and is very much looking forward to working with the team.