B.A. (Hons), Dip.Arch (Dist), RIBA
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David joined the Practice in 1993, becoming a partner in 2001 and acting as lead architect on urban regeneration, housing, community, education and medical projects. He is responsible for staff development at Halsall Lloyd Partnership, and in 2003 guided the Practice to Investors in People accreditation. David has taught at Liverpool John Moores University and is a regular visiting tutor at the University of Liverpool, where he has lectured on contract procurement.
Working at the forefront of urban strategies such as the Housing Market Renewal Initiative, he has the knowledge and ability to facilitate partnerships between the public and private sector; and by using inclusive consultation philosophies, which have empowered the community David has realised many successful housing projects.
Successful multifunctional community resource projects have been achieved through a transparent methodology, engaging multiple stakeholders and resolving complex funding regimes. David believes utilizing various forms of consultation techniques from physical modelling to computer-aided design is essential to communicate ideas. The Award winning Severn Centre exemplifies the use of these techniques and has become the heart of a former mining village in Shropshire
David is working on a number of medical centres in North Wales, which are at the forefront of integrated health provision, which combine local Practices with NHS services and retail pharmacies. Each medical centre is unique and uses natural, local materials internally and externally to promote understanding of healthy environments.
Central to his and the Practice’s philosophy is the development of environmental sustainability through design, having completed projects with photo-voltaic panels, timber frame structures and natural ventilation systems that have achieved BRE ECO-Homes accreditation.
He believes protecting the environment is an integral part of good practice for all projects and is committed to minimising negative impacts, ensuring all members of the Practice develop an ecologically sound approach to their works.