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  • Innes Johnston

    Innes Johnston

    BA MEng CEng MCIBSE MIOA

    Max Fordham LLP

    Graduating in engineering from Cambridge, Innes joined Max Fordham’s London office to design systems at the Royal Festival Hall Auditorium and develop the acoustics team. He founded their Bristol office in 2013, overseeing local & listed cultural projects as well as new residential and educational developments. He combines detailed knowledge of delivering sustainable new and refurbished buildings with an overview of the energy & sustainability planning context of construction projects and an understanding of the way physics and comfort relate to building fabric and architecture.

    Climate, Health, Heritage

  • Juliet Bidgood

    Juliet Bidgood

    MA Dip Arch RIBA

    Juliet Bidgood

    Juliet Bidgood is an architect/urban designer and RIBA Client Adviser based in Somerset. She is experienced in working with communities, enterprises and organisations to create engaging places and is an expert in design policy, public buildings and spaces, and residential neighbourhoods. Juliet has been a design review panel member in the South West since 2005. A former senior government advisor, she worked on the sustainable communities' plan at CABE and was a founder of the award-winning collaborative practice muf Architecture/Art.

    Health, Housing, People & Place

  • Jane Fowles

    Jane Fowles

    BA(Hons) DipLA (Hons) MAUD CMLI

    Novell Tullett

    Jane is a chartered Landscape Architect, Urban Designer and Managing Director of Novell Tullett. Jane is also a chair of the Bristol Urban Design Forum, an Academician at the Academy of Urbanism, and a part-time tutor for the Masters degree in Urban Design at the School of Architecture in Cardiff. Jane’s professional life revolves around the creation of successful places. She believes that being alive to the city context is the key to generating quality and value in the public realm. Well-related spaces bring opportunities for social interaction to local people, and inspiring design can entice life outside with all the wellbeing benefits it provides.

    Health, Landscape, People & Place