Liz is an Associate Director and a Senior Architect at JTP and has worked on notable projects including the Former Government Offices in Tolworth, a residential-led 950 home neighbourhood within the Royal Borough of Kingston, a new town centre quarter at Union Street, Aldershot and Lewisham Exchange – the world’s tallest modular student building.
Liz specialises in residential design and has secured a number of planning consents across London in complex brownfield locations, working closely with the client, consultants, planning officers and local amenity groups to achieve well-designed solutions. Liz’s experience within residential-led masterplans ranges from initial concept design through to implementation.
Since joining JTP in 2016, Liz has become the practice’s in-house sustainability expert, co-ordinating JTP’s sustainability champions and the development of in-house resources, driving the practice’s Routemap to 2030. Liz was involved in the design of JTP’s new studio, Pennington Street Warehouse and was responsible for ensuring the company succeeded in creating a sustainable, healthy, VOC-free studio.
Outside of JTP, Liz has been part of the working group for the Architects Declare Practice Guide utilising and sharing her knowledge on health, wellbeing and post-occupancy evaluation. In 2023, she was selected to be part of UKGBC’s Future Leaders Cohort working with a team to research changing mindsets around the circular economy and developing a network to help push the sustainability agenda within our practice and the wider built environment. She is an active member of the Architectural Practice’s Heads of Sustainability Group, promoting and advocating for open-source knowledge sharing in the industry.
Liz is also a tutor and examiner at Westminster University for students completing their Part III professional studies to become architects. She uses these skills to co-lead JTP’s Professional Training Group, assisting all students within the practice with their own training.