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GRAHAM GOYMOUR

FOUNDING PARTNER

masterplanner

graham@priorandpartners.com

With over twenty-five years of experience as masterplanner, architect and urban designer, Graham is dedicated to excellence in all aspects of design, at every scale. His career has combined this dedication to project work with practice leadership and the professional mentoring in professional teams. He is a founding partner of Prior + Partners.

Graham has led an extensive portfolio of regeneration schemes around the UK and worldwide including, Brazil, India, China, Canada and the Middle East. This has ranged from sports and event masterplanning for two Olympic Games and for FIFA World Cup cities, to a world Expo.

Graham’s work combines design team leadership with extensive multidisciplinary experience gained in some of the UK’s leading architectural practices and includes the design and construction of successful and environmentally responsive projects.

Before co-founding P+P, Graham was, for twelve years,co-director of masterplanning at EDAW and AECOM in London. He is a Visiting Teaching Fellow and critic at the University of Bath.

 

recent projects include

Euston HS2 Station overbuild, London

With the redevelopment and regeneration of this central London site, P+P led the masterplan design team that supported the successful bid by Lendlease. We are now helping to develop a masterplan for, and subsequently to deliver, a 54-hectare site above and around the new station.

Smithfield Markets Birmingham.

To regenerate the area formerly occupied by the city’s wholesale markets with a mixed-use development including retail, homes, restaurants and a public square, P+P is masterplan lead for current master developer competitor.

Woolwich Town Centre Masterplan, London

A mixed-use development including 700 new homes. P+P is design lead for the competition-winning regeneration masterplan. The planning application has been submitted.

The Ashton Canal corridor and Etihad Campus Manchester,

Accommodating Manchester’s growth eastwards, and as part of a wider regeneration of this area around the Etihad Stadium, this is a 2km long regeneration corridor for new homes, jobs and amenities.

 

London 2012 Legacy Masterplan Framework;

The ongoing development of this mixed-use scheme including 8,000 homes, is the legacy of the 2012 Games. Graham worked on the masterplan.