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Telephone: 020 7089 2121
19 Maltings Place
Telephone: 020 7089 2121
Jennifer Ross is a chartered town planner and urban designer with considerable experience of the workings of the planning process at both the strategic and local levels. Her work at Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design has involved a wide range of projects throughout the UK and abroad, including: masterplans and development feasibility studies; urban regeneration strategies; town centre enhancement schemes; the preparation of design guidelines and detailed design guidance. Jennifer has particular expertise in the production of Development Frameworks, including the Framework for the regeneration of Elephant & Castle for the London Borough of Southwark.
Sue Rowlands is a chartered architect and town planner with over 15 years experience of urban design in the UK and Australia. She has experience of working in both the public and private sectors, undertaking work ranging in scale from strategic urban design studies to detailed design and implementation. Sue has been involved in a wide range of Tibbalds' work including: the production of detailed design guidance for complex urban sites; negotiations on the design aspects of planning applications on behalf of local authorities; and the masterplan for Lightmoor Urban Village for the Joint Venture of Bournville Village Trust and English Partnerships.
Jane Dann is an experienced urban designer, chartered town planner and architect with 20 years experience in urban design, planning, conservation and research. She has experience of working in both the public and private sector and has been involved in a wide range of urban design, planning and research projects throughout the UK. Projects that she has been involved in encompass masterplanning and development feasibility studies; urban regeneration strategies; town centre enhancement schemes; development frameworks; the preparation of design guidelines and detailed design advice. Jane led the Tibbalds research team working with UCL on the Design Codes Research Project for the DCLG and CABE, which culminated in the publication of ‘Preparing Design Codes: A Practice Manual’ to accompany PPS3.
Hilary Satchwell is an architect and urban designer with over 12 years' experience in urban design and regeneration, architecture and building conservation. Projects that she has been involved in encompass masterplanning and development feasibility studies; urban regeneration strategies; town centre enhancement schemes; development frameworks; the preparation of design guidelines and detailed design advice. Hilary's masterplanning work, for instance at Merton Rise in Basingtoke, has demonstrated her ability to draw together the often conflicting objectives of a multi-disciplinary team to create a clear, strategic vision.
Business and Science Parks, Change of Use, New Premises, Offices
Characterisation Studies, Conservation Areas, Design Layout, Historic Building Restoration, Historic Towns / Sites, Listed Buildings, Townscape Impact Analysis, Urban Conservation, World Heritage Sites
Visual Impact Assessments
Architecture, Characterisation Studies, Crime Prevention Design, Design Layout, Implementation, Masterplanning, Tall Buildings, Townscape Impact Analysis, Urban Design
Development Strategies, Feasibility Studies, Marketing
City Centre Tall Buildings, Offices
Affordable Housing, Appeals, Applications, Car Parking, Code for Sustainable Homes, Housing Design Layout, Housing Needs Studies, Objections, Residential Developments, Social Housing
Appeals, Public Inquiries
Area Development Frameworks, Core Strategies, Development Briefs, Development Plan - Viability Assessments, Development Plan Monitoring, Development Plan Representation, Local Plans, Planning Strategies, Statements of Community Involvement, Sub-regional Planning
Local Plan Making
Affordable Housing Viability, Expert Witness, Mediation, Planning Gain, Section 106 Agreements, Section 75 Agreements
Community and Stakeholder Consultation Events, Neighbourhood Development Orders, Neighbourhood Development Plans, Public Participation, Village Design Statements, Village/Town Appraisals
Environmental Impact Assessment, Feasibility Studies, Housing Needs Assessments, Land Availabiltiy Studies, Local and Strategic Housing Market Assessments, Research / Surveys, Site Appraisals, Viability and Planning Assessments and Inquiries
Airports, Buses / Coach Stations, Ports, Railways, Rivers / Canals / Waterways, Roads
Blight, Brownfield Sites, Design , Housing Estate Masterplans, Rural & Village Schemes, Town & City Centre Revitalisation Schemes, Waterfront Sites
|Total Professional Staff||22|
|Chartered Town Planners||10|
Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design is a well established multi-disciplinary practice. Our highly experienced team of planners, urban designers and architects aims to maintain the spirit of Francis Tibbalds’ original approach: our role is to make good places happen.
We are creative and collaborative, and passionate about sustainable placemaking through a design-led, committed and commercially realistic approach. We do not believe in ‘standard’ approaches to projects and instead we carefully tailor our approach to the specific needs of the client and the project.
Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design is ideally positioned to respond to the new planning agenda, and our expertise and experience in masterplanning, development frameworks and design guidance is second to none.
We work throughout the UK for both public and private sector clients, and have a track record of successful delivery and happy clients.