John McAslan + Partners is pleased to announce that Paddy Pugh, Planning Director for London at English Heritage, has joined the practice as Director of Conservation + Planning.
Paddy Pugh comments: "I am delighted to have joined JMP and look forward to contributing to the practice's impressive range of conservation-led projects. This move marks an exciting new chapter in my career."
John McAslan adds: "Paddy Pugh brings a wealth of experience to the practice. We have worked together successfully over the years, from the Peter Jones store in Sloane Square to the Roundhouse in Camden and the newly completed redevelopment of King's Cross Station. All of these projects have focused on the regeneration and renewal of significant historic buildings, and Paddy has been a hugely creative contributor to the quality of the finished product."
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