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.