BSc (hons), MArch, ARB
Emily studied at the University of Bath and the University of Westminster, and qualified as an Architect in 2016. She joined Eric Parry Architects in 2014 following a summer placement during her Masters’ and was made an associate in 2022.
Emily is currently working on the high-profile Salisbury Square Development project in London, a flagship project for the City of London Corporation including a world class fraud and cybercrime court and the new headquarters for the City of London Police. In the early stages she worked on the full breadth of the scheme and is now responsible for the design and coordination of the core and interiors of the Court Building. The Court Building has a complex brief and end user groups, honing skills in consultation and realisation of stakeholder needs.
She was an active member of the team for 10 Fenchurch Avenue; a prestigious 63,000 sqm GEA mixed use building in the City of London, with 13 floors of commercial office space, ground floor retail units and public roof garden, competed in 2018 and was instrumental in the delivery of the interior packages.
Emily has also worked on various projects covering planning, design development and construction. This included 9 Milbank & Ergon House, a residential project in the City of Westminster where she was focused on preparing the listed building consent documentation for the existing Grade II listed 9 Milbank.
Prior to joining Eric Parry Architects, Emily worked at Robert Weighton Partnership, Stamford, and was involved in several listed building renovation projects.
Emily also leads, with our Head of People the EPA mentoring scheme and is member of the EDI working group.