Paul qualified as an architect in 1997, and has been a member of the RIBA since 1998. He has wide ranging experience delivering complex projects for a range of clients, and of administering various standard form building contracts for various types and sizes of projects. He has worked on a number of projects involving Grade I listed buildings including the Geffrye Museum and Ashton Court Mansion, and on various high end residential projects. He is presently involved with projects at Radburne Hall in Derbyshire, the Hospital of St Cross in Winchester and Handel House in London.
Paul is an RIBA-accredited conservation architect, and has an RICS Postgraduate Diploma in Building Conservation. He also has an MA in Urban Design and postgraduate qualifications in dispute resolution. He recently completed an MSc in Timber Building Conservation taught at the Weald and Downland Living Museum and validated by the University of York. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a member of ASCHB, SPAB and the Building Limes Forum, and is on the Diocese of London’s approved list of Quinquennial Inspectors. Paul is also a RIBA Part 3 examiner for the University of Westminster and the University of Bath. He has been a Part 3 tutor and has lectured on practicing as a conservation architect. He is a member of the RIBA Conservation Advisory Group and in 2018 was a conservation advisor for the London Region of the RIBA Regional Awards.