Peter Man

Architect

BArch (Hons) DipArch MArch ARB

Peter joined HTA in 2013 after completing his studies at the University of Nottingham. During his Diploma thesis, he developed interests in component-based construction methods and the impermanence of architecture.

Prior to joining HTA, Peter worked in practice in Lincolnshire on a wide variety of projects across commercial, residential, education and private sectors.

Whilst at HTA, Peter qualified as an architect in 2014 and since then has worked on a number of key projects within the practice starting with the regeneration of Clapham Park Estate, detailing the refurbishment of existing flat blocks. 

He was also involved with the planning application for the residential conversion of the former St Ann’s Police Station in Haringey, and construction phase drawings for a large residential housing scheme at Furze Street, Tower Hamlets. More recently, Peter was a key member of the architectural team for the planning submission of New Avenue, a residential development of over 400 new homes in the London Borough of Enfield.

Currently Peter is leading as project architect working on a series of planning applications within the London Borough of Barnet designing affordable housing for Barnet Homes.