Megan is an architect with over 8 years of experience in professional practice in London, having previously worked at Bridges Associates. She qualified after gaining both her BSc (Hons) and MArch from The Bartlett School of Architecture, and later her professional qualification (DipArch) from London Metropolitan University.
During her time in practice, Megan worked on varied projects across many sectors, ranging from hospitality, private properties, community and commercial schemes . Some of the most exciting include 1 Canonbury Place, Islington; Harrington Gardens, Kensington & Chelsea; Place House, Ealing; Norris Castle farmhouse and walled garden on the Isle of Wight, and several sensitive interventions at the Members’ Pavilion at Lords Cricket Ground, Westminster. Most of her projects had a keen focus on managing change in our collective built heritage, respecting historical significance but recognising the need for modern interventions and innovative solutions. Much of her work involved design in sensitive or historic settings, listed buildings, their refurbishment and extension, and the conservation of historic buildings. Throughout her time in practice, alongside design, she also worked on Heritage Assessments for some of the more sensitive projects she was involved in, and worked closely with the in-house heritage, townscape and built environment consultant on historic research.
At The Townscape Consultancy, Megan utilises her architectural expertise to provide detailed heritage and townscape advice during pre-application consultation and works on the production of Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessments.