Andrew is a Senior Urban Designer at HTA. He joined the practice in 2013 and has extensive experience of working on a wide variety of mixed-use projects.
His skills lie in identifying and capitalising on the differing opportunities presented by development sites through extensive urban analysis, generating strong concepts and narratives into viable proposals, and striving to create places not spaces. His interests include infographics and he is always looking to improve the way we present work and information to clients.
Prior to joining HTA, Andrew worked on developing the Flinders St Station Masterplan in Melbourne and also led the design of the redevelopment of the Bolingbroke Hospital into an Academy school.
Since his arrival, Andrew has been involved in several major Urban Design projects. Andrew was heavily involved in the development of the Aylesbury Estate in South London. This 28ha regeneration scheme is comprised of 3000+ homes and community facilities. His contribution was to the concept and design of the proposed masterplan, evolving urban strategies and taking responsibility for the production of the Design Code. He has also been working on the delivery of the Rochester Riverside development, where Andrew has been a key team member in creating concepts and strategies, in-depth urban analysis, informed design proposals and extensive design coding.
Andrew is currently leading the development of the masterplan on the Winstanley and York Road Estate redevelopment, north of Clapham Junction. This is a complex, multi-stage project which will see the redevelopment of both York Gardens and the surrounding estate to provide circa 2,500 new homes as well as a mix of community facilities as part of a landscape focused masterplan.