Greenwich Millennium Village, London, SE10

Services / Projects

Project Management / Ten high rise properties contained within a residential and commercial development in Greenwich.


APA are instructed as Project Managers in regards the Building Safety Fund application for cladding remediation works to ten separate buildings contained within a residential development built circa 2000 which was submitted as a single application.

Our role included the sourcing and appointment of a team of consultants including: Quantity Surveyors, Fire Engineers, Geomatic Surveying, Health & Safety Consultants, Structural Engineers, and Building Control Approved Inspectors; to deliver the application to the BSF within an extremely short timescale.

In addition, APA have been the lead consultant in liaising with the Local Authority Planning Department in regards negotiating the required planning permissions for the works.


What led you to this career?
My passion for building started whilst assisting my father on building sites during the school holidays.  I began my professional career as an Architectural Technician predominantly assisting in the conversion of many barns and churches.  This subsequently developed into a professional Building Surveying career within various organisations, leading teams in delivering quality services to clients in varied areas such as the financial, social housing and private high-end residential sectors.
What energises you about working at APA?
Managing my own company allows all sorts of freedoms and opportunities to streamline my expertise and knowledge.   Creating a hardworking but more importantly supportive environment for others to develop and prosper.  I’m able to change and adapt as necessary and this keeps me enthused about the continued development and growth of APA.
What keeps you busy outside of work?
Away from the office, I can often be found either training for, or participating in events such as triathlons and cycling events around Europe, or a leisurely hike in the hills.  I also enjoy a strange gig or ten, art events and a lovely meal in a fine restaurant.