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Jeremy Estop

BA (Hons) B Arch RIBA
Managing Director

Jeremy joined the practice in 1987. He became a Director when the company was incorporated, and Managing Director in 2004. He led the process of transferring ownership of the company into an employee benefit trust in 2007.

Universities
Jeremy has been responsible for a wide range of completed buildings for colleges and universities, including student rooms, auditoria, dining and other college facilities. In Oxford, at St John’s College, the award winning Kendrew Quadrangle and Garden Quadrangle, and two phases of the Jowett Walk Buildings for Balliol College. In Cambridge, a 300 bedroom scheme in the CB1 development, and in London, a development for Queen Mary College, a thirteen storey hostel for LHA London near Paddington and a tower of 445 student rooms and artist’s studios in Stratford. At Surrey University a new campus development of 960 student rooms.

Workspaces and Wider Experience
He has been responsible for office and mixed use developments, in particular Warwick Court, in Paternoster Square next to St Paul’s Cathedral, London, and a development in Wigmore Street, London. He was involved in proposals for the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station, in London. Recently, he has worked on parts of the masterplans for Southampton City Centre and Oxford City Centre.

Cultural Buildings
In the conservation field, he led the team for the conversion of Boathouse 6, a Scheduled Monument in the Historic Dockyard at Portsmouth, funded by the Millennium Commission. Also, the conversion and restoration of historic buildings at St John’s College and in the British Embassy, Bangkok. He lead lottery funded projects for the British Institute of Biography at Royal Holloway College, Egham, and the British and Commonwealth Museum in the grade 1 listed old Templemeads Station in Bristol.

Abroad
He was responsible for the redevelopment of the British Embassy in Bangkok. He has led the office’s work in China, on proposals for several large scale cultural, hotel and leisure developments, in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Yangzhou.

Before MJP
Jeremy worked with Darbourne and Darke, where he completed a cinema for Richard Attenborough and worked on housing schemes in Germany. At Sebire Allsopp, he was responsible for a primary school and social services centre for the United States Air Force, built in Ruislip.

Outside the Office
He is an assessor for the Civic Trust Awards and an external assessor for RIBA part 3 at Kingston University.

Profile Image: Warwick Court, Paternoster Square