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International and UK master planning and urban design work form the last 4 years

International and UK master planning and urban design work form the last 4 years

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  • 1. Shopwyke Lakes MasterplanOutline Application 500 homes, private land ownerSenior Urban Designer / Project Manager, JTP Outline masterplan for 500 homes, several community planning events, school workshops, day to day project management, all design work, wrote Design & Access Statement.
  • 2. Public consultation experienceOrganising consultation events, workshops andexhibitions On the Yarborough Estate and Chesterfield projects a series of workshops and exhibitions were needed to engage a despondent community and understand their needs in terms of housing, open space and access. For the community workshops for Yarborough I devised a series of study tours and interactive events to get all ages involved. This included visits to other developments, housing design workshops and kids play days. Chesterfield included a role playing game and multi media exhibition.Lisa Addiscott
  • 3. Sadr City Extension, Baghdad, IraqCity extension design framework to accommodate500,000 people.Urban designer. Broadway Malyan Particularly responsible for design of East district ensuring delivery of correct community facilities and build tender schedule. The ‘typical residential district’ design could then be applied to other areas of the master plan to ensure cohesive community provision across the master plan.
  • 4. South Acton Estate RegenerationWest London, high density communityregeneration and landscape strategy.Urban designer. Barton Willmore Short listed by The London Borough of Ealing for the final stages of a design competition to regenerate the run down disconnected South Acton Estate in Greater London. Providing an overall master plan & landscape strategy, a series of legible safe neighbourhoods will reconnect South Acton with the high street and excellent local transport facilities. A new community hub will be located at the centre of three new parks providing activities and meeting spaces for all ages and members of the local community. Residents, schools and community groups have been involved and will continue to be involved in consultation throughout the process.
  • 5. Resilient CityDensification of American suburbs internationaldesign competition.Runner up This densification study creates a broad set of design principles that implemented over time will transform typical American low density suburbs into self-sufficient relocalised communities. By using different unit types within the typical grid structure of these suburbs, populations can grow and support local facilities and promote local food and energy production. The study looks at the city on a strategic level, drops down to the neighbourhood and plot level.
  • 6. Hengqing Island DevelopmentFrameworkZhuhai special economic zone design competition1 of 5Joint lead urban designer. Scott Wilson 3 week contract Hengqing Island lies in the west bank of Zhujiang river, near Hong Kong and Macao. With stunning landscape views through the valley out to sea, the Hengqing master plan aims to integrate Hengqing new area into the Zhuhai special economic zone and promote development of business services, recreational tourism, science and education research, and high-tech industries. The total site area is (include water area in shore) and includes a new port authority head quarters, business quarter HQ, international community residential, university, sports campus, wetlands tourist park and relocation housing. Myself and one other urban designer worked for Scot Wilson on a 3 week contract in Shanghai producing hand drawings of the master plan / vision and supervising the CAD technicians that then fed into the physical model. I worked very closely with a landscape architect so as to produce a sensitive response to an island that is currently undeveloped.
  • 7. East Leighton LinsladeOutline Application Masterplan, private land ownerSenior Urban Designer, 2 month contract STUDIO REAL Outline master plans for sites meeting housing shortfall in Leighton Linslade. Input into Design & Access Statement.Copyright is retained by Roger Evans Associates Limited
  • 8. Chesterfield Waterside Master PlanRegeneration of canal side site to destinationmixed use community near town centre. OutlineapplicationUrban designer. EDAW / AECOM Associate Director preparing a 24ha mixed use waterside masterplan on a brownfield site adjacent to a town centre. The redevelopment involves the creation of a mixed use heart set around a new canal basin serving as the terminus for a newly revitalised 40 mile stretch of canal. Proposals also include a new navigable canal arm, 1,200 homes, shops bars, cafes, restaurants, office space, an ecological park, homezones and an extensive SUDS network.
  • 9. Lower Broughton DevelopmentFrameworkLower Broughton, Salford, a mixed use high densitycommunity for Countryside PropertiesProject manager, urban designer. EDAW / AECOM Associate Director project managing the design aspect of a 50ha+ regeneration scheme in the heart of Manchester. Regeneration proposals involve the repopulation of a failing neighbourhood, provision of new jobs a renvisaged local centre and the creation of a city significant waterside park.
  • 10. Mine The GapRegeneration of city centre site in Chicago.International design competition. A single-stage international design ideas competition by The Chicago Architectural Club. My proposal links two key pedestrian and cycle routes along the shoreline and opens one third of the site as a public park , bringing the experience of water into the site for all to enjoy. Continuing the local Arts district theme a multi disciplinary arts centre becomes the focus for the surrounding community to use as well as being a leisure resource to walkers and runners.