Paul Winton is an experienced landscape architect with a Master’s in Landscape Architecture and over 20 years UK experience.
Since joining Gillespies in 2012, he has specialised in the design and delivery of large and medium scale residential, education, commercial, mixed-use and infrastructure developments across the UK and Ireland. He has extensive experience in the preparation of public realm strategies, and townscape and landscape visual assessments.
Career highlights include the design and delivery of the UK’s largest shared space scheme in Ashford, Kent, a high-quality square for the London School of Economics Centre Building redevelopment, and public realm and landscape design for reinvention of the iconic Television Centre in west London into a truly accessible mixed-use development.
Currently, Paul is leading the public realm design for several London-based, complex regeneration schemes. These include the historic Convoys Wharf site in Deptford, and new public spaces as part the Thames Tideway Tunnel, where he gained valuable experience working closely with engineers, architects and statutory bodies to design and deliver integrated blue, green and grey infrastructure which function on multiple levels.
Paul also has responsibility for health and safety in the London Office, and manages our annual audits as well as keeping staff updated on health and safety matters.