Anna Sullivan joined HTA in 2007 and is a Chartered Architect. As well as various types of residential work Anna specialises in our built heritage.
Key achievements since joining HTA are developing a refurbishment strategy and design for Grade II* listed Hanham Hall, near Bristol, securing planning approval for a mixed site of listed refurbishment and new-build residential and commercial in Tottenham and an important research study report into the history and development of Mansion Blocks.
Anna’s significant projects include: Bruce Grove, Tottenham in 2016 comprising a planning application and listed building consent application for a complicated site of 3 parts that included a Grade II listed house, commercial use and new-build mews houses to the rear. Working closely with an enthusiastic client, understanding the listed fabric and its setting on this complex site informed alterations to the building, the refurbished commercial space on the prominent forecourt and the size and scale of the new houses to the rear.
For Contract B of the Next Wave project at Bexhill, 2010-2013, Anna was Contract Administrator (JCT ICD 2005). The scheme included conversion of the Grade II listed Edwardian Colonnade to restaurant use and new Rowing Club in an extensive design by HTA Landscape for the Local Authority client.
At Hanham Hall near Bristol in 2008 following success in bidding for the site for Barratt HTA proceeded to develop the design toward a Planning Application and Listed Building Consent and subsequent detailed design for refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Hall on the site. The design approach was informed through understanding the original design intent in a multi-disciplinary team involving managing archaeologists’ input as well as Engineers and other consultants to develop a site specific response to meet Client brief. Development of the plans, elevations and joinery took place in negotiation with the Conservation Officer and the heritage consultant to landowner the HCA.
At Soho Square in Westminster in 2011 in support of a planning application to convert a Grade II listed former shop with offices over research revealed the shop front of the building described in the Survey of London was just over 10 years old at the time of survey and had replaced a more significant early 19th Century shop front photographed prior to alteration just after the shop moved to new premises after 100 years on that site. Inspection identified significant internal features to be retained and incorporated in the design which subsequently proposed reinstatement of the original access to the shop.
Anna is a practicing artist outside HTA producing works figurative and abstract on canvas and paper.