Graeme Phillips

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Graeme Phillips

BA (Hons) BArch RIBA

Graeme is a Partner at JTP. He has over 15 years’ experience as an architect, working on a wide variety of mixed-use projects both in the UK and abroad.

His skills lie in identifying and capitalising on the differing opportunities presented by brownfield and greenfield sites, generating concepts and turning them into striking, rational and viable proposals, and forging strong working relationships with clients, consultants and stakeholders. He has substantial experience in liaising with local authorities and presenting proposals to a wide range of audiences and stakeholders.

Graeme regularly takes lead roles on the masterplanning stages of large-scale sites, often working through from early stage promotion in support of allocations, to outline planning applications, and then further into first phase implementation - always striving to achieve placemaking that anchors the community to the heart of the project, and adds value. Extensive community consultation is often a crucial part of the design process.

Current and recent projects include proposals for 2,350 homes, plus education and employment uses, at Chesterton, Cirencester in the Cotswolds; and Land at Three Elms, an urban extension to Hereford including 1,200 homes, a school, and a new neighbourhood centre.

Elsewhere, Graeme is closely involved in Urban&Civic's projects at Alconbury Weald and Rugby Radio Station, which will in combination eventually deliver over 11,000 homes. In both cases Graeme has worked on the production of Design Codes and placemaking strategies for the very first phases of these major masterplans, which at Alconbury has since translated into the detailed design of a new house type range for Urban&Civic.