Satish Jassal has over 15 years of experience as a qualified architect. He has worked for award-winning design architects, including Glenn Howells Architects and Patel Taylor, on some of the UK's most important projects. The majority of his time has been spent working on projects from conception to completion, giving him an insight into all the stages in the delivery of a successful project. His experience ranges from one-off domestic houses, residential apartments, office fit-outs, educational buildings to regenerating areas and transforming large parts of cities. He has been involved in designing and building over one thousand new homes.
Notably, he worked on the design, detail and delivery of 600 homes at the Athletes Village for the London 2012 Olympics and was nominated for the Olympic Delivery Authority award for outstanding leadership.
He has been appointed as a Design Expert Associate for the Design Council and he sits on the Harrow Design Review Panel. He is on a framework to deliver a new wave of council homes for Haringey and is delivering Haringey's first net-zero housing project.
Between 2015 -2017 he was chair of Network Homes co-regulation HUB review panel, which seeks to monitor and challenge Network Stadium Housing's performance. Currently, he is a Non-Executive Director at CDS Co-operatives. CDS is a co-operative society housing association first established in 1975 whose purpose is to provide, support and promote co-op and community-led housing.
Whatever the scale of the project, Satish Jassal's quality of thought and design is rigorous, and he finds solutions that maximise the potential of any site. Further information about him can be found on his LinkedIn page