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Teresa Borsuk, Senior Advisor BSc (Hons) DipArch ARB RIBA CDA

Teresa Borsuk is one of Pollard Thomas Edwards’ senior advisors. Straightforward and practical, she endeavours to produce solutions that are intelligent and imaginative, most recently focusing on PTE schemes in Cambridge, Oxford and the wider south-east.

Teresa’s unflagging drive to attain quality makes her committed to following projects through to construction on site. Teresa has over 35 years’ experience in the housing, mixed-use and regeneration sectors, and has both designed and delivered a series of successful and award-winning projects, ranging from major mixed-use developments to infill sites and refurbishments.

She is known for her close attention to detail, and has a special expertise in the complex interweaving of new and historic buildings: high-profile work in this sector includes award-winning offices for our own developer/contractor clients.

Teresa is a RIBA Client Design Advisor as well as an Awards’ Judge for the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Building Awards, the AJ Building Awards, the AJ100 Awards and the Sunday Times British Homes Awards. In 2019, she was one of six international judges for the Czech National Architectural Awards.

She is a member of the London Legacy Development Corporation’s (LLDC), Essex Council’s and Kensington & Chelsea’s Quality Review Panels and the London Borough of Newham’s and Redbridge’s Design Review Panels.

In 2015, Teresa was awarded the AJ Woman Architect of the Year.

  • Qualified in 1978 (First Class Honours) and 1981 from Bartlett School of Architecture UCL
  • Joined PTE in 1984
  • Appointed director in 1987
  • Major shareholder and executive director from 1999
  • Senior Partner 2014-2019
  • Senior Advisor 2019
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