I get a real sense of satisfaction persuading clients to recycle their used buildings, completely transforming how those buildings look, feel and behave and creating flexible solutions which can work long into the future
— Jeremy Pilling, Managing Director, gcp

Jeremy is an experienced architect and Managing Director at gcp who, since completing professional qualifications in 1984, has lived and worked in the Bristol area.

In his 30 years of professional experience, he has worked on a wide range of projects, acting on behalf of clients and managing complex developments through all project stages. He has a particular interest in refurbishment but has experience of delivering planning approvals on complex sites in sensitive rural and urban locations. He has worked on many projects that involve working with existing buildings, sometimes with a heritage or listed status, which have involved refurbishment, extension and conversion to new uses.

Most recently this has included the extension and refurbishment of the Bristol Water Headquarters updating this iconic 1960’s office building for the 21st Century.

Jeremy also oversaw the construction stage of the J3 development comprising a library, offices, workspace, flats and houses in Easton, Bristol for Knightstone Housing association; and Filwood Green Business Park for Midas Construction on behalf of Bristol City Council.

He has worked extensively with Writhlington School for over twenty years and is now the Chair of Writhlington Trust, which runs the community access sports facilities on site and in Midsomer Norton.

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