As ArchitecturePLB’s housing and sustainability lead Paul has extensive expereince of designing and delivering a range of housing scheme across the South of England. The include urban regeneration, masterplanning, high-density city centre living and innovative family housing across both the affordable and private sectors.
Paul is a member of the practice’s sustainability group and our Certified Passivhaus Designer. Having previously designed Hampshire’s first Certified Passivhaus, Paul has led research projects into the impact of scaling up Passivhaus to ascertain its suitability for the student housing and PRS markets. He is also working with a number of housing providers and local authorities on pilot projects to help frame their development strategies and facilitate their zero carbon ambitions.
Paul was the project lead for Quebec Barracks, a 100 home scheme and first phase of the Whitehill and Bordon Green Town. He brought his passion for sustainability to the project and the scheme was part of a trial for East Hampshire District Council’s innovative Assured Performance Process, an analytical process aimed at reducing the performance gap between design and construction.