Peter studied at the University of Bath, achieving first class degrees with honours for both his Part 1 and Part 2, and winning the Nick Terry Urban Design Prize for his final year masterplanning project in Bristol. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2011, having worked for the practice on various placements throughout his architectural studies.
Peter has been leading several of the practice’s projects into the delivery stages at our wider King’s Cross Central Masterplan. He worked as project architect for the King’s Cross Tunnel and he is currently the project architect for the King’s Cross Cooling Pod energy centre. Prior to this he took on a leading role for the delivery throughout construction of Two Pancras Square, a BREEAM Outstanding office building.
Peter worked on a number of the practice’s London 2012 Olympic projects, including the strategic masterplanning of the common domain for the Olympic Park, and the planning application for the temporary facilities hosting the Equestrian events within the World Heritage site of Greenwich Park, developing the designs for the main stadium in particular.
In addition to his building role, Peter has been involved in a number of design competitions including the winning international design competition to masterplan an urban development in Oman.