Leading independent planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has strengthened its Architecture team with the appointment of a new Architectural Director in its London office.
Greg Greasley joins Barton Willmore after spending the past 17 years at Assael Architecture. Over his 20-year Architecture career, Greg has specialised in residential, mixed use, urban regeneration and masterplanning projects, working on competition winning schemes including Globe Road in Leeds. Other projects include conversion of a Grade II listed building into an Art Gallery, offices and apartments and a new build 16-storey residential tower at Payne’s and Borthwick’s Wharves in Deptford, and the redevelopment of the former University of East London Campus in Barking to provide 1,040 homes.
Upon joining the team at Barton Willmore, Greg will be responsible for growing the company’s portfolio and reputation for high-quality residential-led developments, focusing on town centre sites across the country.
Architectural Partner James Carr said: “With our growing portfolio of projects, Greg’s appointment signals major growth for our Architecture team both in London and nationally. His depth of experience at a senior level in leading projects from inception through to successful delivery will further complement our team and I’m delighted to welcome him on board.”
Barton Willmore began as a small Architecture Practice in 1936, and over the past 80 years has grown into a national consultancy with 11 offices nationwide. In recent years they have designed major housing, mixed use, leisure and commercial schemes including regeneration in Southall and Poplar, Reading Football Club and DHL’s hub at East Midlands Airport.
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