Corrie has more than 20 years’ experience as a conservation architect and as a historic buildings adviser.
She holds an honours degree in Architecture from Kingston and became a Chartered Architect in 1998 and full member of the Institute of Historic Buildings Conservation in 2003.
Prior to joining KPT in 2014, Corrie led the Historic Buildings team at South Cambridgeshire District Council and worked for 10 years within the Historic Buildings team at Essex County Council. This followed more than 10 years in architectural practice in the West Country working with owners of historic and listed buildings and as architect for English Heritage, the National Trust and the Landmark Trust. She was appointed Diocesan Architect for the Diocese of Exeter and is a member of the United Reformed Church Listed Buildings Advisory Committee for East Anglia.
Corrie has published a number of monographs, conservation area appraisals and a book on architectural details for historic contexts in association with Essex County Council.
Corrie’s love and extensive knowledge of buildings, building materials and architecture evolved from an interest in local history, old buildings and practical construction from a very young age. As a result, she has worked on a wide range of types and periods of buildings, enjoying working with the owners of each to satisfy their specific design needs and to enhance the distinctiveness of their building.
Corrie attended and completed The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Building Conservation and Advanced Building Conservation Courses.