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Paul Scott

BA(Hons) Dip Arch(Hons) RIBA

Paul joined tp bennett after graduating in 1987. Since then he has taken lead roles on a wide variety of projects, particularly those that demand broad cross-sector experience and expertise. They include new offices in Soho’s Golden Square, the redevelopment of London Bridge Station, the award-winning Heartlands High School in Haringey and many residential schemes. Paul is currently heading the design of a range of healthcare facilities across Africa including a series of district hospitals in Ghana.

Typically Paul works on large and complex projects on challenging sites. With a leading role in the practice’s health and education team, he uses his commercial experience to create designs that are cost-effective as well as high quality.

Paul is personally committed to inclusive, community-friendly architecture. He is a Councillor in the London Borough of Croydon where he takes a leading role on the planning committee and is a trustee of Stanley Halls, a historic arts centre in South Norwood.


An award-winning practice with global reach, tp bennett is committed to investing in its people, who are at the heart of everything we do.

Our workforce is drawn from many countries with more than 20 nationalities represented and 25 languages spoken, in open-plan offices with an approachable management structure. We believe in an inclusive working environment.

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We provide an in-house mentoring programme to help your progress in your career.

We also provide an in-house mentoring programme to help your progress in your career. When you join tp bennett you become part of a family network, a family that believes in a healthy work-life balance. We have a very active sports and social committee that holds regular events, including an annual study trip, weekly Friday drinks, theatre trips, sports activities and more.

Our headquarters is in Southwark, London, in the heart of one of the world’s great creative clusters, and we have regional hubs in the vibrant Northern Quarter district of Manchester and in Leeds. Come and meet us.

View our latest vacancies here.

Gender pay gap

tp bennett is committed to having a diverse workforce. We value diversity and will continue to provide equal opportunities for all employees.

As we employ more than 250 people, we are required to report on our gender pay gap figures. tp bennett welcomes this initiative and is hopeful that it will be a positive step in bridging the gender pay gap in the built environment sector.

To download the 2021 Gender Pay Gap Report click here.

We are always looking for talented people to join our team.

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