Anna Joynt

Anna joined Allies and Morrison in 2011. She trained at the University of Cambridge and the Architectural Association, where she completed the Diploma in Buildings Conservation. She is accredited as a Specialist Conservation Architect on the RIBA Register, and is Category A listed on the Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC).

Anna’s work has ranged from heritage reports to detailed repair works. Her conservation reports have covered large-scale development, such as the Whitgift Shopping Centre in Croydon Town Centre Conservation Area, and a recently completed conservation plan for a Grade I listed Georgian house in Bedford Square.

Built projects include work at the Royal Festival Hall and at Cliveden House, both Grade I listed and the latter an important National Trust Property. In addition to quinquennial inspections of historic churches, Anna has worked on the repair and transformation of listed structures in a series of projects for St Peter’s College, Oxford. Current projects include the conversion of four Arts & Crafts buildings in West Hampstead for high-end residential flats, and the rejuvenation of Grade I listed buildings at Oriel College, Oxford.

Anna is a Trustee of the Zibby Garnett Travel Fellowship, a charity for conservation education, and is on the board of the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association.