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Company Profile:

HTA Design LLP is an award-winning collaborative design studio, with offices in London, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh. The firm employs 200 staff across architecture, landscape design, planning, urban design, sustainability and communications. The practice was established in 1969 and transferred to HTA Design LLP in 2013.

An experienced industry leader, HTA delivers high quality homes across all tenures and housing types, unlocking value through innovation to create great places and sustainable communities where people choose to live.

The practice is currently working on a number of major schemes across the country, including 101 George Street, a residential tower in Croydon that, on completion, will be the world’s tallest modular building. Other projects include Hanham Hall, a highly sustainable development of 186 homes in Gloucestershire; and Greenford, one of the UK’s largest purpose-designed ‘Build to Rent’ schemes to date, providing 2,000 new homes in Ealing, West London.

As a business, HTA’s partnership model and outstanding everyday practice has made it UK architecture’s number one employer, as chosen by the AJ100.

Why The Company Joined The Housing Forum:

HTA have been pleased to be as members of the Housing Forum since its inception. Even today, after nearly three decades, it stands alone as a membership organisation which is truly cross sector in new residential market. It brings together clients, suppliers, designers, consultants, investors, politicians and government organisations. Representation from local authorities, housing associations, house builders and developers help us have better insight into our clients. Throughout our membership we have found the thought leadership programmes to be invaluable in helping us understand where we might be able to help progress the delivery of great homes and great places. At HTA collaboration is at the heart of our business ethos and we find our membership of The Housing Forum to be a great way to engage with the housing sector.