Areas of Expertise
Estate regeneration, Independent and intergenerational living, Sustainable communities
Vinesh Pomal is a Project Architect at TateHindle where he is also the Chair of the Employee Council, a Revit Champion and part of the Design Group.
He previously worked at ECD Architects, Levitt Bernstein and Melt Design Hub where he gained experience in designing sustainable communities. He undertook his full architectural training at Portsmouth School of Architecture. His experience to-date varies from estate regeneration schemes across all tenures through to specialist housing including independent living, extra care, nursing homes and intergenerational living; having worked on numerous schemes across the UK and drawing upon his personal experience.
Outside the work place, Vinesh teaches in the first-year design studio at Leicester School of Architecture and sits on the Sutton Design Review Panel and the Young Architects and Developers Alliance board. He is an advocate of equality, diversity and inclusion in the built environment and co-founder of the Asian Architects Association.