Peter is one of the founding partners of PCKO Architects, which became an AHR company in May 2016. He has a wealth of experience in housing design creating successful residential environments, both in the private and public sector. He has also been involved in a spectrum of projects in regeneration, mixed use, community and historic buildings, education and the health sector. Peter's particular interests lie in energy efficient sustainable design and in 1994 he received the HENRY award from the National Energy Foundation for overall contribution to low energy design and continues to drive ongoing research and expertise in planning and sustainable designs and communities.
Since forming PCKO Peter has worked on significant and influential projects including; The Fishing Village for Countryside Maritime in Chatham, Cala Domus at Newhall in Harlow, a scheme that was named by CABE as one of the top 10 projects of the century; The Bloc Watermill Lane, an urban regeneration and keyworkers' re-provision scheme in north London; and the masterplan and design of residential buildings at the Victory Pier regeneration site in Gillingham for Berkeley First - winner of the Best Buy award in the Evening Standard New Homes Awards for two years running. Most recently Peter has lead the St Mary’s Island residential masterplan, the final and most prestigious phase of a 15 year involvement in the regeneration of a former royal shipyard in Chatham, Kent.
Peter has spoken at a number of specialists housing conferences as an invited speaker and also delivers an annual lecture on sustainable design at the AA. He acts as a RIBA advisor and a member of the jury in several architectural competitions.
AHR wins planning at the University of Bath
25 SEPTEMBER 2014