John Everitt qualified as an Architect in 2000 from the Welsh School of Architecture and has worked in private practice since 1996 when not in full time education. He has a broad experience covering many sectors of development but specialising in residential development.
Previously a partner with a multidisciplinary practice in Cheltenham, John has worked closely with a number of Housing Associations over the last five years in particular helping them to assess the impact and implement the design changes that they need to make to accommodate the increasing environmental performance of the units they are developing.
John has a particular interest in sustainable design not only for new build schemes but also for the application of sustainable techniques to improve the performance of existing residential units.
John is jointly responsible for the design studio and for coordinating and overseeing the accreditation of the practice under ISO 9001, 14001 to ensure the quality and efficiency of the service.
Gloucester Docks (2003) - Refurbishment of a number of listed warehouses that won a ‘Civic Society Award’ for refurbishment
New Restaurant Extension, Gloucester (2004) - Extension to a listed warehouse which won a ‘Civic Society Award’
Boutique Cheltenham (2006) - Conversion of a redundant office building into a contemporary hotel which won a ‘Civic Society Award’ for refurbishment
Residential Apartment (2008) - Completion of a new build block of apartments on a site that had formerly had two applications and appeals refused
Cheltenham Architects Panel (2007) - Chair since 2009
Appointment of previous practice to a number of Housing Association frameworks
Project Architect for the development of the Sports Hall extension at a private Cheltenham college (2010); including indoor tennis courts, squash courts, climbing wall and new staff and student facilities.