James is an Associate at JTP with over eight years’ experience in practice in Wales and London. He enjoys working on complex projects at all stages from initial placemaking concepts to the technical delivery of projects.
At JTP, James has worked on a number of large high density urban regeneration projects across London. These include a key roles on Brunel Street Works, a detailed planning application for 975 new homes and over 9,000 square metres of non-residential mixed uses; Tolworth, a residential-led 950 home neighbourhood in the Royal Borough of Kingston, and Phase 1 of Wembley South West Lands, a build-to-rent urban quarter of 850 homes adjacent to Wembley Stadium.
More recently, James has led a mixed-use tall building project in Lewisham, and has been working on wide range of urban regeneration masterplans and detailed planning applications in East London.
James has a keen interest in low-energy architecture, innovative timber structures, self-build and industrial reuse. His entry for the 2013 ‘Self Build on a Shoestring’ NASBA/Grand Designs Live competition made the final shortlist. James has also recently designed and project managed the construction of two low-energy timber frame holiday lodges in Mid Wales.