Meet Our Associates
Gemma is an RIBA Part II student (Oxford Brookes) and she has extensive experience in the residential sector having worked in the Land and Planning Division of Greenslade Taylor Hunt since 2016 and prior to that she was employed by Lyons, Sleeman & Hoare as an architectural designer. Her efficiency in being able to ‘read’ buildings and appreciate how they are constructed is a valuable skill.
Miranda Martineau, freelance designer (RIBA Part II). Having worked for a couple of London-based practices, Miranda has joined our team as a freelance assistant. She has a strong interest in the conservation of old buildings and sustainable construction and is involved with several projects from design to technical stage.
Miranda is a member of the Green Register for architects and designers which encourages the integration and retrofitting of green technologies into new and existing buildings.
Helena joined the practice in July 2020 as an intern, originally for 8 weeks from University of the West of England, but has since become a valued member of the team, having successfully submitted applications for listed building consent for clients in Dorset and Devon in the short time she has been employed.
Karen set up her own bookkeeping business in 2002 and works for a variety of business in Dorset. She loves all old properties and is currently renovating a French town house in Nolay, which will keep her busy for the foreseeable future.
Director at Phi Structural Design. Dan Wilkinson has a wide knowledge of building engineering both in modern, historic and listed buildings.
Jon Waterhouse of WA Surveyors produces both topographic and measured buildings surveys. All his survey work include drones and produce aerial photographs of buildings and sites.
Landscape and tree consultant. Previously tree officer for Weymouth and Portland Borough Council and Bournemouth Council, Nick now runs his own business, Jackson’s Tree and Landscape Consultancy.
Historical researcher. Peter is Secretary of the Devon Buildings Group. He was formerly Devon County Historic Buildings Adviser.