Paul Chamberlain

Director and founding partner at ChamberlainWalker

Director and founding partner, ChamberlainWalker Economics
Policy Fellow Alum, Centre for Science and Policy

Paul Chamberlain is an economist and Director at ChamberlainWalker. He was formerly a senior civil servant with ten years of experience working in a variety of policy and analytical roles, at the Inland Revenue, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and DCLG. As a policy adviser he led work on the Community Infrastructure Levy, Eco-towns and Growth Areas; and as an analyst he has extensive experience providing economic advice to Ministers on a series of major housing and planning reforms, including the Barker Review.

Paul’s previous role was head of a team of statisticians, researchers and economists at DCLG, with responsibilities for the production of national and official statistics and providing analytical advice on a broad range of housing, planning and local economic growth issues.