Peter Stewart

Board Director and Trustee

Peter Stewart is a chartered architect and principal of Peter Stewart Consultancy, which provides expert advice in the fields of architecture, urban design, townscape and the historic environment.

After studying architecture at the University of Cambridge and the Polytechnic of Central London, he spent ten years in practice at Squire and Partners.  In 1997, Peter was appointed Deputy Secretary of the Royal Fine Art Commission and in 1999 joined the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE).  Until 2005 he was Director of CABE’s Design Review Programme, providing expert advice on major development proposals across England. He has written several CABE publications, including Design Review, setting out its project assessment methodologies. He also drafted the original CABE/EH Guidance on Tall Buildings in collaboration with English Heritage.

Peter is a board member and trustee of the London Library.

Peter Stewart

Board Directors and Trustees

Our Board Directors and Trustees are influential leaders and experts in their fields. They are responsible for the structure, policies and strategic objectives of the organisation and contribute a broad range of expertise and experience.