Miles Leigh

Miles trained at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he was awarded the Gradus Architectural Design Award, and Canterbury School of Architecture. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2001 and became a Partner of the practice in 2015.

Miles was Project Architect for the BBC Media Centre at White City and three commercial buildings at IQ Farnborough. Both projects won RIBA and BCO awards. He has also worked on the masterplan and expansion of thecentre:mk shopping centre building in Milton Keynes.

Miles leads the Housing Group within the practice, guiding project architects, promoting cross team working and investigating modern methods of design and construction. During this time Miles led the Royal Arsenal team designing a new residential masterplan that connects historic buildings of The Arsenal to the town centre.

Miles was also the director in charge of the recently completed Waterside Park residential masterplan development adjacent to London’s Thames Barrier. He is currently leading Trumpington Meadows, a residential masterplan situated to the south of Cambridge.