Urban Planning Adviser
Peter is an independent adviser on urban planning and design based in Cambridge, working for a wide range of public and voluntary sector clients. He is Chair of the Quality Review Panel set up to advise the London Legacy Development Corporation on new developments in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and adjoining neighbourhoods, and is also an adviser to English Heritage and Design Council Cabe. He serves on the Policy Council of the Town and Country Planning Association and on the East of England Regional Advisory Board of the National Trust. He is an Associate of Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd.
Peter has over 35 years experience in planning and design in local government, the last twenty years of which were at Director level in Cambridge. He played a leading role in developing the current growth strategy for the Cambridge Sub-region, as well as defining quality standards for the new neighbourhoods through the Cambridgeshire Quality Charter for Growth and the establishment of the Cambridgeshire Quality Review Panel. He was responsible for initiating and shaping a number of major projects in Cambridge including the Grand Arcade and the Accordia housing development which won the 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize.