Peter is a Chartered Architect and Strategic Client Adviser with considerable experience of working internationally, particularly in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. For the past decade, Peter has been working with national and local government clients in the Global South as they grapple with the combined challenges of rapid urbanisation and climate change.
He has served as RIBA Vice President International, was Chair of the institutes Ethics and Sustainable Development Commission and was one of the founders of the UK Built Environment Advisory Group that was launched at Habitat III in 2016. He is currently Senior Vice President at the Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) and is a member of the UN-Habitat Stakeholders Advisory Group (SAGE). Peter is currently working with UN-Habitat in connection with the strategic phase of the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office's Global Future Cities Programme, supporting 30 interventions in 19 rapidly urbanising cities in 10 countries in South America, Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. He has also served as an RIBA Competitions adviser for a planned city extension in the Sultanate of Oman and as an architectural adviser on behalf of RIBA Competitions in connection with Green City Kigali, Rwanda.