Peter’s career began in 1987 as a Trainee Architect at London Borough of Waltham Forest. Peter attended Greenwich University on a day release before qualifying as an Architect in 1997. During Peter’s time at Waltham Forest he worked on numerous schools which were undergoing expansion programmes, including Cann Hall, Whitehall Primary School and Kelmscott Secondary School. Peter also worked on Urban Design proposals for Walthamstow High Street and worked on refurbishment works for the Grade II Listed Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Moving in 2000 to Enfield Architects, Peter delivered schemes at Wilbury Primary School, Eldon Primary School and Winchmore Secondary Expansion. Peter’s City Learning Centre also received a Local Design Award. In 2007 Peter moved into Private Practice at Architects Co-Partnership in Northaw, Hertfordshire. Peter helped deliver the Award winning Trinity School Lewisham, the RIBA Spirit of Ingenuity Award Winning Challney Girls School, Luton and the Highfield and Penn Field Schools Campus in Wolverhampton. In 2012 Peter took up a Director role at Capital PCC in Enfield, leading an in-house team delivering Housing Regeneration Schemes, Academy School Expansion projects and delivering projects for Special Needs Schools. Peter took the decision in 2017 to branch out in his own right setting up Blox Architects. Peter’s projects delivered in his own name include the highly publicised designs for the Granada Cinema in Walthamstow and various residential and new build housing schemes.