Alexander Macaulay

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Alexander Macaulay

BA(Hons) PGCert MArch PGDip ARB RIBA

Alex is an Associate with JTP who has worked on a variety of projects ranging in size and complexity for private developers, housing associations and local authorities. His portfolio consists of residential projects including the design of individual bespoke homes for private clients, through to large-scale, residential-led mixed-use strategic sites.

His recent projects include the regeneration of Rugeley Power Station, a former coal plant in Staffordshire which is undergoing a transformation into a sustainable new village of 2,300 homes and up to 1.2 ha of mixed-use leisure, retail and community spaces. In addition to the suite of Design Codes, he has developed proposals for the first new entrance gateway into the site, while preparing a set of detailed proving layouts looking at how to optimise density.

Alongside this, Alex is also contributing to Barton Farm in Winchester, which forms part of five phases, including the delivery of 2,000 new homes and mixed uses such as a supermarket, community and office space, nursery and public house and; Great Grove Farm, where Alex has helped to develop a new Vision for Ottershaw, creating a sensitive urban expansion for up to 850 new homes and ancillary uses, located within Surrey’s Green Belt.

Alex has a particular interest in architecture that responds to its context, through the careful consideration of the site’s constraints and opportunities. He believes that public engagement is vital in fostering a sense of community to positively shape our built environment and strengthen the identity of a place.

In his spare time Alex enjoys travelling, drawing and participating in many sports including rugby, jiu jitsu, tennis and skiing.