Alastair Warburton

Alastair trained at Sheffield University and Oxford Brookes. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2005 and became a Director of the practice in 2015.

Alastair is experienced in leading design teams, particularly during the masterplanning and feasibility stages. His expertise covers masterplanning and residential building design, varying from one-off houses to large mixed-use schemes.

Alastair has been the Project Architect for a number of masterplans including the Brent Cross Masterplan in Cricklewood, a large development consisting of office district, 7,500 residential units, hospital and railway, and the Royal Arsenal masterplan in Woolwich. He was also Project Architect for part of the residential element of the Msheireb Downtown Doha masterplan, responsible for the development of the concept design and delivery of a Scheme Design Submission.

Currently, Alastair is the Project Architect for Madinat Al Irfan, a new city district masterplan in Oman.