Zoe Gains RIBA Conservation Architect Status
We are pleased to announce that Zoe Hooton, Director at HPA Chartered Architects, has gained RIBA Conservation Architect status and accreditation and is now included on the RIBA Conservation Register.
Zoe is now working towards her Specialist Conservation Architect Status and on the AABC mentorship programme.
The Conservation status is a result of many years of hard work and additional study. Zoe gained a Master’s degree in Historic Conservation of the Build Environment from Birmingham City University two years ago and has been a Blackburn Diocese Architect for a number of years. The accreditation is awarded on demonstrating an in-depth knowledge of working with existing buildings.
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