Carl Patten
BA (Hons) MArch PGDipArch MSc R.Est

Carl is an Associate at JTP having joined in 2015. His experience is predominantly focused on large scale, mixed-use, urban regeneration within the UK and leads JTP’s Carbon Working Group as one of their Sustainability Champions.

Carl completed his Masters in Architecture at the University of Greenwich, having previously undertaken his BA (Hons) in Architecture at the University of Kent. Since joining JTP, he has also completed his Part III architectural studies at Kingston University, and a Masters in Real Estate and Planning at Heriot-Watt University.

At JTP, Carl worked on the masterplan for The Green Quarter, a dynamic new urban quarter in West London comprising 3,750 homes and extensive mixed uses, including an RMA for the first phase of the development. He has also worked on a high-density Build-to-Rent scheme at Ferrum, adjacent to Wembley Stadium and Poplar Riverside, a 2,800-home mixed-use neighbourhood in Poplar, Tower Hamlets on the banks of the River Lea.

Carl led the town centre regeneration proposal of The Nicholsons Quarter in Maidenhead, which will see the revitalisation of an existing three-hectare shopping centre site into a new retail-led town centre, providing a range of retail, leisure, office, later-living and residential uses alongside a new public square, knitted into the town’s urban heart. The proposal won the Stakeholder Engagement category at the Planning Awards 2022 for its extensive engagement process during design development which was praised for JTP’s innovative approach to engage with the young and disabled community.

More recently, Carl has assisted in the development of multiple high-rise student accommodation schemes in London and led the planning proposal for Fulton and Fifth, an industrial-residential co-location development on the fringe of the Wembley Park masterplan, of around 800 homes.

Carl is an avid sportsman, playing a range of sports as well as a keen outdoorsman and traveller.

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