'Homes for All Ages'

Urban Design London, Nov 2016

Luke Tozer gave a talk as part of this session investigating housing options for different groups within our society, including how they can be funded, designed and delivered.

Luke Tozer selected for Manser judging,

Oct 2016

Luke Tozer judged the 2016 Manser Medal competition alongside the late Michael Manser's son, Jonathan and architect and sustainability expert Lynne Sullivan. Read the article in AJ here

Wearside Road is submitted for planning,

Sept 2016

Pitman Tozer has submitted plans for a mixed housing scheme of 9 new homes for Peabody in the London Borough of Lewisham.

'Industry Updates'

Future Constructor & Architect Magazine, Sept 2016

Interview with Luke Tozer on being architecturally inspired as a youngster, Mint Street and new projects at the practice.
Read the interview here

'Comply or cough up: Unpicking London's radical zero carbon rules'

The Architects' Journal, Sept 2016

Are the capital's tough new rules for major residential schemes trailblazing or just another development tax? Luke Tozer gives his opinion in this AJ comment piece.
Read here

Shortlisted for the National Housing Awards, July 2016

Our Monier Road scheme in Fish Island was shortlisted in Best Scheme in Planning Category of the National Housing Awards.

The Reach, West Thamesmead is submitted for planning, July 2016

The 5,522 sq m residential-led mixed-use development will transform a vacant self-contained site. Including 66 homes, the scheme is part of a GLA funded initiative by Peabody, Bexley and Greenwich councils to deliver more homes. Read the AJ article

Sheffield Design Week

Oct 2016

Mint Street will be showcased as part of the public exhibition 'New Urban Housing Ideas for Sheffield' looking at innovative examples of urban housing from across the UK and Europe.

'Imagine Hammersmith Ideas Competition'

June 2016

Pitman Tozer Architects were joint winners in this competition to capture ideas to improve Hammersmith Town Centre, set up by Hammersmith London Business Improvement District (BID) and West London Link as part of LFA.

'Policy Priorities for Housing in London'

Oct 2016

Luke Tozer will be speaking at this seminar that will bring together key policy makers with a range of professionals to assess the future for housing policy in the capital.

'Why architects are bricking it over Brexit'

The Architects' Journal, Apr 2015

Architects are fearful that leaving the EU would affect their trade with the rest of Europe and stall growth in the UK. Are they right to be afraid? ask Will Hurst and Richard Waite. Luke Tozer gives his thoughts alongside others in the industry.
Read the article here

'Custom build - can it work in London?'

Planning in London, Apr 2016

Article by Luke Tozer discussing the challenges and opportunities for custom-build in London.
Read the article

'Slow Burn City: London in the Twenty-First Century'

Rowan Moore, Mar 2016

Mint Street features in this book packed with stories about the physical fabric of London in the twenty-first century. ISBN: 978-144270188

'Space Standards for Homes'

Blueprint, Apr 2016

Comment piece including Luke Tozer's comments on a new nationwide minimum space guidelines for new-build homes that has been brought in by the Government.
Read the article here

'New Ideas for Housing'

Blueprint, Feb 2016

Feature on our winning entry with Naked House and LB Enfield for the NLA Housing Competition where we have developed designs for a Local Authority package for custom build affordable housing.

'UWE Ibstock Architecture Lecture Series'

Jan 2016

Tim Pitman gave a talk on housing in as part of the 2016 Ibstock Architecture Lecture Series at the University of the West of England.

'London's new custom-build homes'

ES Homes & Property, Jan 2016

Article by Ruth Bloomfield featuring our winning entry with NLA Housing Competition with Naked House and LB Enfield to create what is set to be London's biggest custom-build project to date. Read the article here

'Do it yourself'

RIBA Journal, Jan 2016

Custom and self build have huge potential to dent the housing shortage. So what's stopping them? Article by Luke Tozer in January's issue. Read the article

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