Panel

  • Victoria Emmett

    Victoria Emmett

    BA Dip Arch (Cantab) RIBA

    Emmett Russell Architects

    Vicky is a Director of Emmett Russell Architects and experienced in the design and delivery of housing, community and education projects at a range of scales. Key areas of interest include housing design, masterplanning, conservation of historic buildings, and sustainable construction. Vicky also has extensive teaching experience at the Welsh School of Architecture and the University of the West of England. She is an examiner for UWE Part 3 Professional Practice Course.

    Heritage, Housing, People & Place

  • Cormac Farrelly

    Cormac Farrelly

    RIBA, ARB

    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

    Cormac is a Bristol-based Associate Director Architect at the Stirling Prize winning practice, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Cormac leads a team working on a wide range of projects. Recently completed projects include Television Centre (London), Waverley School (Birmingham), The Fitzroy (Falmouth) and The Vincent (Bristol). Current projects include the redevelopment of Southwark Station for TfL, multiple housing schemes for Bristol City Council, a new office development for NORD in Bristol and a mix of schemes in Bristol’s emerging enterprise zone with The University of Bristol and Studio Hive.

    Density, Housing, Strategic Development

  • 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

  • Tim Gale

    Tim Gale

    PPLI dip LA

    Tim Gale Landscape and Urban Design

    Tim has been involved with the planning and design of towns and public spaces for over four decades. As President of the Landscape Institute and subsequently as chair of the Urban Design Alliance (UDAL), he was involved in various government organisations including CABE and has been an active member of a number of Design Panels. He has worked in the public and private sectors, and was head of planning at HOK International until 2016.

    Landscape

  • Peter Garitsis

    Peter Garitsis

    BA

    Swindon Borough Council

    Peter is an Urban Designer with experience in professional practices in South Africa and the UK. He currently works in the Masterplanning, Design and Conservation Team at Swindon Borough Council as the Senior Urban Designer. Peter specialises in providing expert advice on large-scale development projects and raises design quality through policy, negotiation, guidance, training and as an expert witness. He is a Recognised Practitioner of the Urban Design Group, and holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies degree, and a Masters in City Planning & Urban Design.

    Housing, Strategic Development

  • Bill Gething

    Bill Gething

    MA (Cantab), Dipl Arch, RIBA, ARB

    University of the West of England, Bill Gething: Sustainability + Architecture

    Professor Bill Gething combines his role as Professor of Architecture at the University of the West of England with private architectural and sustainability consultancy, building on his long experience at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. He is a Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert and was RIBA President’s Sustainability Advisor 2002-2009. He has particular expertise in adapting buildings to the changing climate, thermal retrofit, and ensuring buildings perform as well in practice as they should in theory.

    Climate, Housing

  • Andrew Grant

    Andrew Grant

    RDI, Hon FRIBA, CMLI, FRSA

    Grant Associates

    Andrew is a Landscape Architect whose work explores the connection between people and nature. He is an RSA Royal Designer for Industry, in recognition of his pioneering global work in landscape architecture. He is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield, an Honorary Fellow of the RIBA and a member of the National Infrastructure Commission Design Group. Based in Bath, he is Chair of the Bathscape Landscape Partnership, a member of the Bath World Heritage Site Advisory Board, and co-founder of the pop up festival Forest of Imagination.

    Landscape, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Rob Gregory

    Rob Gregory

    MArch BA (Hons) RIBA ARB

    The Universities of Bristol and Bath

    Rob Gregory is an award-winning architect and academic, currently responsible for design quality across the University of Bristol’s £1bn portfolio of capital projects. Over two decades Rob has maintained a permanent post as Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath, spent ten years as Senior Editor on the Architectural Review, four years on the RIBA National Awards Group, five years running the Architecture Centre’s public programme, and held consultancy roles for the Architecture Foundation, Royal Academy and British Council.

    Heritage, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Anja Grossmann

    Anja Grossmann

    Dipl Ing. LEED AP BD+C RIBA

    Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

    Anja is an architect and partner at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. With her expertise in city-centre mixed use projects and urban masterplanning, she has led a wide range of award-winning projects in the UK and abroad, from global bank headquarters to pioneering environmental dwellings. She has been invited to lecture on low carbon housing and published a number of articles on sustainability. Anja is passionate about Bristol’s built environment, vibrancy, and rich mix of culture and heritage.

    Density, People & Place, Strategic Development