Rebecca Taylor

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Rebecca Taylor

Partner
BA (Hons) MSc DipArch RIBA

Rebecca is an architect and Partner at JTP with over 15 years' experience designing residential and mixed-use developments.

Since joining JTP Rebecca has worked on a wide range of masterplanning and detailed design projects both in the UK and internationally. She has extensive knowledge of environmental sustainability and its impact and influence on architecture and urbanism.

Rebecca has recently completed work on several high density developments in London including Silvertown Way, a landmark scheme in Canning Town for up to 1000 new homes, designed in collaboration with two other architectural practices. In parallel, she is working on a number of lower density masterplanning projects across South East England.

Her work within the practice includes several award winning Victorian hospital regeneration projects. These projects typically include listed buildings, heritage assets and sensitive landscapes all of which have driven the development of innovative new masterplans and sensitive architectural responses. St Clements Hospital in Bow, East London is currently on site and will be the home for London’s first ever Community Land Trust. Graylingwell Park in Chichester, also still under construction, will become the largest carbon neutral development in the UK, powered by a Combined Heat and Power plant, photovoltaic panels and off site wind turbines. This mixed-use development provides 750 new homes and a wide range of community and commercial uses focused around the converted hospital.

Rebecca recently led the team behind the winning design for the Sunday Times British Homes Awards Resilient Home competition and is currently exploring opportunities to take this forward to detailed design.

Within the practice Rebecca is responsible for driving forward the sustainability agenda and exploring how sustainable masterplanning principles can be embedded within our projects. As part of this, she is developing a series of principles around Healthy Placemaking, which explores the role of design in creating healthy places.