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I founded Plan Projects in 2002 and was elected an Academician at the Academy of Urbanism in 2012. My professional practice has focussed on the development of methodologies for urban design and regeneration that reflects the complexity of challenges that, by their nature, combine a subtle interplay of economic, environmental, social and cultural dimensions. The practice was appointed to the Greater London Authority’s Architecture and Urbanism Panel in 2013.
Since its foundation, I have expanded Plan Projects’ scope through practical experience working on demanding, large scale projects and by drawing on the skills of a highly competent team of associates. I have been able to lead Plan towards becoming a multi-skilled practice offering 'place-shaping' services bringing together a range of disciplines including urban design, neighbourhood planning, landscape architecture, public realm and public art strategies.
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