Panel

  • Phil Jones

    Phil Jones

    BSc (Hons) CEng FICHT FIHE MICE

    Phil Jones Associates

    Phil is an engineer with extensive experience in transport planning and street design, particularly in new developments. He aims to achieve synergy between street and urban design to create places and spaces that meet aesthetic, social and functional aims. He is the Chairman of PJA, a 75-strong transport, engineering and placemaking consultancy. In recent years Phil has specialised in active travel and is a member of the Department for Transport’s Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Group.

    People & Place, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Sarah Jones-Morris

    Sarah Jones-Morris

    BA (Hons), PGDipLA, MA UD, FLI

    Landsmith Associates

    Sarah is a multi-award winning landscape architect, urban designer and director of Bristol-based Landsmith Associates. Her passion is climate resilience, health and wildlife led projects, with experience ranging from rural to urban, small-scale courtyards to urban extensions, early feasibility studies to post-implementation reviews. She is a Design Council expert, a Fellow of the Landscape Institute, Building with Nature associate, contributes to the citizen-science project Hush City and is the co-director of the global Association of Collaborative Design CIC. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and events, and facilitates workshops with Design West.

    Landscape, People & Place

  • Simon Kale

    Simon Kale

    BA (Hons) CMLI

    Nicholas Pearson Associates

    Simon is a Chartered Landscape Architect with over 25 years’ experience in urban and rural projects including those within green and brownfield sites.  Work has included site analysis, impact assessment and the design of integrated mitigation proposals.  Landscape master-planning and design experience has included new residential, commercial and infrastructure developments from conceptual design to detailed proposals including the successful integration of scheme proposals into sensitive landscape contexts. 

    Housing, Landscape, People & Place

  • Julia Kashdan-Brown

    Julia Kashdan-Brown

    BSc Hons, BArch, ARB, RIBA

    Kashdan-Brown Architects

    Julia has expertise in a wide range of building types across several sectors, with experience in arts-related buildings, artist collaborations, education, master-planning and residential projects. She was a partner at FCBS from 1998-2009 and has been a director of Bath-based practice Kashdan-Brown Architects since 2011. Julia has also been a Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath since 2009. She currently tutors the final two years of BSc and the first year of MArch.

    Housing, Inclusive Growth, People & Place

  • Annabel Keegan

    Annabel Keegan

    BA (Hons) MA

    PJA

    Annabel is a qualified transport planner and urban designer with a background in architecture. She has over 15 years of practical experience in multidisciplinary consultant teams, specialising in the delivery of design-led projects in both the public and private sectors. She has been involved in the promotion of many mixed-use urban design and masterplanning projects, and has developed knowledge and understanding of design, planning application and design review processes. Annabel has a keen interest in improving the quality of streets and public spaces and has been involved in a range of projects developing innovative street and public realm designs.

    Housing, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Anthony Keown

    Anthony Keown

    BSc (Hons), Dip TP, MA UD, Dip LA, MRTPI

    A K Urbanism

    Anthony is a master planner with professional qualifications in urban design, town planning and landscape architecture. He has over twenty-nine years’ experience in place-making and environmental performance, primarily working on large-scale, mixed-use projects. Anthony is a long-standing member of both the Urban Design Group and the Royal Town Planning Institute. He is also the founding Director of A K Urbanism, providing master planning and urban design services to a range of clients. 

    Housing, Landscape, Strategic Development

  • Mike Keys

    Mike Keys

    ARB, RIBA

    Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

    Mike is a partner at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and has designed a range of residential, sports, leisure and master planning projects, with a particular focus on the higher education sector, including working for the University of Bristol. Mike led the 2008 Stirling Prize winning team on Accordia, a substantial residential scheme in Cambridge widely regarded as setting a new benchmark for housing design in the UK. He has also designed residential schemes in London, Bath, Manchester and Bristol.

    Density, Housing, People & Place

  • Doug King

    Doug King

    FREng HonFRIBA CPhys CEng CEnv FInstP FEI FCIBSE

    Doug King Consulting Ltd

    An internationally recognised pioneer in the field of sustainable construction, Doug King brings a scientific approach and environmental sensitivity to projects. He is a passionate advocate and enabler of sustainable construction, sharing his expertise with collaborators at all levels to leverage high value outcomes. Doug has been involved in Design Review for over ten years and is a Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert.

    Climate

  • Stefan Kruczkowski

    Stefan Kruczkowski

    BA(Hons) DipTP (Dist) RPUD FHEA PhD

    Urban Design Doctor Limited

    Dr. Stefan Kruczkowski is an urban designer and co-author of Building for Life 12 - the government endorsed design tool for creating better residential developments. Stefan has extensive experience in improving the design quality of residential-led developments. Working for local planning authorities across England, Stefan is experienced in policy and brief writing, development management and post-completion quality auditing. Stefan serves on the panel for Design:Midlands, is a Design Council Cabe Built Environment Expert, an External Examiner at Anglia Ruskin University and a Visiting Tutor at the University of Nottingham.

    Housing, Landscape, People & Place