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Francesca Bailey

Francesca’s experience includes a rich seam of civic and social design with clients such as the NHS, universities, charitable organisations as well as both private and commercial developers and individuals. With them she has taken complex schemes from concept design through planning and technical stages to completion on site. 

Her considered and sensitive approach to design sees her frequently involved in sensitive planning applications, listed buildings on sites in both urban & rural locations and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Since joining Henley Halebrown, Francesca has worked on a range of Healthcare, Student Housing and Commercial use projects. Most recently, she has been project architect for the latest phase of the De Beauvoir Block – an intricate refurbishment and extension project of Victorian warehouses to provide commercial office space for The Benyon Estate within the London Borough of Hackney. 

Francesca studied at The Mackintosh School of Architecture and at Nottingham University where she graduated with distinction in 2007. Following graduation, she spent five years as a visiting studio tutor for the university’s undergraduate course.