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Daniel Mulligan

Daniel’s projects often focus on sustainability, affordable family accommodation, low-carbon housing, and large-scale regeneration. A key driver for these projects has been his approach to involve potential residents or occupiers from the start, and throughout the project, to take on board feedback and develop the best possible places for people to live and work.

Daniel is based in our Birmingham office, with his projects predominately located in East London and Ireland. He has designed and delivered multiple award-winning, mixed-use, residential-led projects that range from the small-scale Triangle, Swindon development to the large-scale London City Island and the new HQ for English National Ballet.

Outside of Howells, Daniel has presented at numerous industry events for organisations including the Academy of Urbanism, Brick Development Association, Welsh School of Architecture, University of Nottingham and New London Architecture. He is also a member of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland and has been a Part III examiner at Birmingham City University.

Since 2022 Daniel has been chair of the Midlands board of LandAid, a charity focusing on ending youth homelessness by bringing together the property industry to support charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless. At LandAid he leads a board of volunteer trustees from across the property sector and champions fundraising events such as the annual SleepOut, 10k run and Football tournament.

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  • The Pearl in the Oyster

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    • The Mulryan Centre for Dance from Hopewell Square
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