Paul Appleby

Paul advises design and masterplanning teams on the integrated sustainable design of buildings and communities. He has worked in the construction industry as a consultant, lecturer and researcher for 47 years, including 25 years consultancy experience running practices specialising in building health and sustainability, working with some of the world’s leading architects and developers on high profile and award winning projects such as Battersea Power Station, Scottish National Heritage hq Inverness, Tate Modern extension, Greenwich Millennium Village and the Pinnacle tower Bishopsgate.

As well as writing some 70 publications, including key guidance published by CIBSE and others, his book Integrated Sustainable Design of Buildings has appeared in a list of the Cambridge Universitys Top 40 Sustainability Books of 2010. His follow up: Sustainable Retrofit & Facilities Managementwas published in January 2013. Paul is a member of the Oxford Design Review Panel, the HS2 Independent Design Panel and Design South East Panel.

Paul is actively involved with the UK Green Building Council, participating in a number of Task Groups including developing Retrofit Incentives and, in concert with the World Green Building Council, exploring the relationships between productivity, health & wellbeing and sustainability in the office environment.