BArch (Hons), MArch, ARB
During his time at HTA John has been highly involved in the development of the detailed planning application for the Aylesbury Estate project which successfully granted permission in 2015. He also worked on the Ebury Bridge Estate at detailed design stage which includes the development of 90-100 additional dwellings across the site. He has also delivered a high quality affordable 18 unit scheme completed in July 2016 based in Willingham Terrace, Camden
Prior to joining HTA John worked in varied practices based around the UK including Cox Freeman, Gensler and Mouchel’s Cambridge office, where he has worked on a wide range of projects including industrial, education and residential.
Luxury housing based in St. Albans, John was part of small team appointed to deliver the working drawings for the family housing scheme consisting of 80 units with a mix of townhouses and flats. This involved delivering technical packages, and working with the other consultants as part of HTA’s ongoing role as lead co-ordinator.
Each home is designed to Pocket specification, with amenity space provided via gardens, including allotment, central courtyard and private patios to ground floor properties. The site is one in a number of projects working with Pocket and contributes to an increased diversity of homes in the area while repairing the urban grain and creating a modern design that echoes its context. John worked as a project architect to deliver this scheme through working drawings and construction stage.
HTA Design’s masterplan for the Aylesbury Estate delivers 3,575 mixed tenure homes and 7,800sqm of employment, retail, healthcare and community floor space. John worked on the first phase of this masterplan as part of the design team which was awarded detailed planning permission in 2015. John will continue to work on the Aylesbury scheme as it continues to develop through the workstages.
John is currently working on delivering a student accommodation