BA(Hons) M(Arch) PGDip RIBA
Alanah joined Caroe Architecture following the completion of her Master of Architecture (RIBA part II) course at Newcastle University, where she was awarded a Merit.
She has already amassed very good experience in working in building conservation. Starting nearly ten years ago, she commenced her work in the heritage sector as a volunteer for the National Trust at The Red House in Bexleyheath. In between periods of academic study, she worked for a large practice specialising in work to historic buildings in both London and York through her degree and post-graduate qualifications.
Her project work includes as project runner for work to St Mary’s Church, Holy Island, a project assistant role on various different programmes of work at Durham Cathedral, Ripon Cathedral and at St Paul’s, London, plus brickwork repairs and conservation at Battersea Power Station in London and refurbishment of London town houses.