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MA Dip Arch RIBA
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.
Bristol City Council / Freelance Arts Producer and Consultant
Georgina is an experienced Arts Producer and Consultant specialising in public realm projects across the arts, heritage and built environment sectors. Previously at Situations and Trust New Art, she is now Public Art Officer for Bristol City Council, collaborating across teams to strategise, secure and manage cultural investment for Bristol’s public realm via the planning system, advocating for the transformative role that arts and culture plays in our everyday lives. Georgina is a Trustee of Terrestrial UK and a Lecturer on UWE’s MA/MFA Curating programme.
BA(Arch) Hon Dip Arch RIBA
Yuli is an architect with over 25 years’ experience in international architecture, leading multi-disciplinary teams to deliver design-led buildings in Europe, the USA and Australia. Her architectural career has involved design and management of projects from inception to completion, and includes commercial towers, airports, residential spaces and workplaces. In recent years her emphasis has been on working with cross-disciplinary teams on residential and mixed-use urban regeneration schemes in the UK, integrating architectural, urbanism and landscape principles.
Andrew Cameron & Associates
Andrew is an engineer with a background in transport, architectural engineering and urban design. He is passionate about how we can plan for low-carbon movement whilst at the same time creating great streets and enjoyable places. With 25 years’ experience he has contributed to many masterplanning and regeneration projects for villages, towns and cities in the United Kingdom and around the world. These include Poundbury in Dorchester, Derwenthorpe in York, and the new town of Madinat Khalifa in Bahrain.
Dip Arch RIBA MRTPI
Simon Carne Architect and Urban Design
Simon is an architect with experience at all stages of project design and development through to building residential, university and arts projects. His planning and urban design experience includes project management at Westminster City Council on public realm, street design, parks and open spaces, and his urban design and master planning experience includes consultancy for SWRDA. Simon is a member of, and chairs, a number of design review and quality panels across the UK.
PGDip LA, PGDip LD
Scott is an experienced landscape architect, skilled at uniting the social purpose, culture and ecological functions of landscape and public realm. He creates rich sensory environments, and is an expert in design rich in biophilic experience. Scott has a specialism in waterfront design including Stratford Waterfront, East Bank - creating outposts for Sadler’s Wells, UAL’s London’s London College of Fashion, V&A and BBC, Tower Festival Headland on Blackpool’s Golden Mile and Porth Teigr, Cardiff Bay.
MA (Cantab) MEnvD RIBA RDI RWA (Hons)
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Peter Clegg established Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Richard Feilden in 1978. Regarded as a pioneer in environmental design, he has over 40 years' experience in low energy architecture and is active in research, design and education. Peter works primarily in the education and cultural sectors. He is Chair of the RIBA research awards and the SWDRP, holds a professorship at Bath University, chaired the RIBA Awards Panel 2013/14, and in 2010 was made an RDI.
BA(Hons) DipArch ARB
Colin is an associate at FCB Studios, where he has worked since 2007. He specialises in education and performing arts buildings, and has completed a number of schools and university buildings. These include the Plymouth School of Creative Arts and the Birmingham Conservatoire, which features a 480 seat orchestral concert hall, multiple smaller venues and a suite of recording studios. He also sits on the Bristol Urban Design Forum review panel.
MA, PG Dip, BSc (Hons)
Plymouth City Council
Matthew Coombe is an Urban Design Group Recognised Practitioner. His twenty-five years' experience in the public, private and voluntary sectors, including as a BFL assessor and CABE Enabler, have given him a rounded perspective on regeneration and development. Matthew creates and advises on design guidance, policy, proposals from city-wide strategies and masterplans, site development briefs, and detailed public realm schemes. He acts as urban design input on major projects through the development management process.