Tree Tops consented

JPA has achieved planning consent, under delegated powers, for two dwellings near Belvedere Castle in Devon.  …read more


Double Win at the Housing Design Awards 2020

JPA have secured two prizes at this year's 2020 Housing Design Awards. The two sites in Surrey, Pantiles and Alfold Gardens, were both previously used as garden centres.  …read more


Sumner House consented

We are pleased to announce that we have achieved planning consent for a replacement dwelling in Beaconsfield.  …read more


20/20 - A new book written by John Pardey

We are pleased to announce the release of a new book by John Pardey, to be published by Lund Humphries, called "20/20 - Twenty Great Houses of the Twentieth Century."  …read more


Narula & Montague House shortlisted for RIBA Awards

JPA has had two one-off houses shortlisted for the RIBA South Regional Awards for 2020.  …read more


Alfold Gardens & Pantiles Garden Centre shortlisted

JPA has had two residential housing projects shortlisted under the 'Project' category for the Housing Design Awards 2020. …read more


Pantiles Garden Centre consented

John Pardey Architects working for Goldcrest Land has been granted planning at appeal for a 60 dwelling scheme at a former plant nursery in Lyne, Surrey.  …read more


Narula House featured on Dezeen

Narula House, completed in 2019, has been featured by Dezeen as part of their project pages.  …read more


John Pardey Architects & Covid-19

Covid-19 (coronavirus) - what JPA are doing to minimise risks to our staff, clients and contractors.  …read more


Alfold Gardens consented

John Pardey Architects scheme for 56 dwellings on the edge of the historic village of Alfold has been granted planning permission at appeal. …read more


Priddys Hard featured on Architecture Today

Priddys Hard has been featured in Architecture Today. …read more


RIBA House of the Year 2019

Following on from his experience as head of the jury for the 2019 RIBA House of the Year, John's thoughts on this year's competition and winner are below: …read more


Lovedon Fields celebrated in new book

Ruth Reed, director of Green Planning Studio, has just had her latest book launched. We are happy that Lovedon Fields has been chosen, included on the front cover of the book, and profiled as an exemplar project of a rural development that secured the strategic gap with a strong village edge and... …read more


John Pardey heads up RIBA House of the Year 2019 Jury

We are pleased to announce that John is heading up the judging panel for the Royal Institute of British Architect’s 2019 House of the Year competition. …read more


Owers House featured on ArchDaily

Owers House, completed in 2015, has been featured by ArchDaily as part of their project pages.  …read more


John Pardey becomes columnist for the Financial Times

John Pardey has become a columnist for the Financial Times as part of their 'Ask the Architect' series. John will be contributing and answering a question from a Financial Times reader every month on various architecture related issues.  …read more


Cheeran House featured on ArchDaily

Cheeran House, completed in 2015, has been featured by ArchDaily as part of their project pages.  …read more


Two JPA projects shortlisted for Housing Design Awards 2019

JPA has had two residential housing projects shortlisted under the 'Completed' category for the Housing Design Awards 2019. Situated in Winchester and Gosport respectively, Lovedon Fields & Priddy's Hard are part of 34 strong shortlist of residential housing projects across the UK.  …read more


Lovedon Fields shortlisted for RIBA South Award 2019

JPA's housing project at Lovedon Fields has been been shortlisted for the RIBA South Regional Awards 2019. Being one of 17 projects on the shortlist, the project, in partnership with BBA Architects, is situated outside of Winchester for the client HAB Housing and forms a 50 house development including 40% affordable units.  …read more


Phillips House Consented

JPA has secured consent for a replacement dwelling on the banks of the River Tamar. The site is located at Weir Quay, a former dock for the lead and silver mines, some 10km up the estuary from Plymouth. …read more