William Fisher


BA, M Arch, ARB

William joined HTA in 2013 as an Architectural Assistant and graduated as an Architect in 2016.  He has contributed to projects at a variety of scales and workstages with a focus on suburban housing.  He was Project Lead for Filwood Park, a development of 150 homes in south Bristol arranged around a renovated public park.  The project was shortlisted for a Housing Design Award in 2018.

Prior to working with HTA William was involved in researching and writing a series of classroom design guidance documents for the Department of Education, and supported the delivery of innovative solar heating technology projects for ICAX Ltd. 

As well as Filwood William has worked on the sustainable renovation of a London house to a high level of specification, the Millbay development providing a variety of houses, flats and maisonettes on a city centre site in Plymouth, the design of a new library and community space in a mixed used regeneration project in Southwark, and Cane Hill.  This project for over 600 houses and flats south of Coulsdon in Croydon is currently being delivered by Barratt Housing and won a Housing Design Award in 2017.

William is currently working on a number of projects for suburban developments using innovative housetypes to achieve higher densities and more streets with a high level of community interaction. 

Key Projects William has worked on include:

  • Filwood Park
  • Fitzroy Road (Bernard’s house)
  • Cane Hill
  • Plot 18 Library
  • Upper Tuesley
  • Maidenhead
  • Northstowe Phase 2A