Gary Anderson

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Gary Anderson

MA (Hons) DipArch RIBA RIAS

Gary is an Associate in JTP’s Edinburgh Studio with over 20 years of mixed-use and residential design experience, from initial concept planning through to the detailed and technical stages.

He has extensive knowledge of Revit and 3D CAD modelling which has been applied to the creation of general masterplan massing models through to photo-realistic visualisations and animations for planning applications and marketing purposes.

Gary has led the delivery of numerous large-scale masterplanning projects in the UK and China. In China, he was part of the team responsible for delivering an economically, socially and environmentally balanced masterplan for Liubu Eco Tourism Complex, a rural town near Jinan, Shandong Province; he was a participant in the Charrette for Luzhou Wine City, a settlement incorporating the benefits of both the urban and the rural; and also the Charrette for Changzhi Island, a new settlement which will accommodate 50,000 people, designed on sustainable principles to create a low energy, ecological town.

In the UK, Gary has been responsible for the successful planning applications for residential developments on former colliery sites in Askern View and Doncaster. He has worked with Sheffield City Council to develop a range of new, sustainable, energy efficient social housing types. At Seacroft Hospital in Leeds, he’s helped provide 503 new homes across a mix of tenures within a sensitive surrounding, including the retention and renovation of historic buildings.

More recently, Gary was responsible for the planning and technical delivery at South West Lands, a high-density, residential-led, mixed-use development providing 741 apartments as part of the wider Wembley regeneration.

Gary is currently working on various modular construction projects delivering a variety of innovative design solutions using modern building techniques, improving efficiency, sustainability and safety throughout the build process. These range from the product design of low-rise timber frame apartments through to the on-site construction of volumetric, steel frame 20 and 34 storey towers in Lewisham.