Panel

  • Phil Parker

    Phil Parker

    C.Eng, MICE, MCIHT, MSoRSA, FRSA

    Transport Planning Associates

    Phil has been a Chartered Civil Engineer since 1983 with extensive experience of highway design requirements arising from development proposals, and is familiar with the practical and political challenges associated with the development of alternative design ideas. Phil completed a 2006 Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship in Western Europe to study ‘Sympathetic Highway Design’ with particular emphasis on Shared Space. His essay ‘City Planning as if people mattered’ won the 2007 Ecologist Magazine Essay Prize.

    People & Place, Transport

  • Nick Porter

    Nick Porter

    Meng CEng MICE

    Ramboll

    Nick has lived in Bristol for over 20 years and is a structural engineer for Ramboll. He has worked on projects far and wide, ranging from Hengrove Leisure Centre to an Iron Age roundhouse and a major new hospital for Stockholm. Nick enjoys contributing outside his discipline and believes that we reach better solutions when we’re willing to look outside our silos and understand the requirements of all team members.

    Heritage

  • Jason Ramlugon

    Jason Ramlugon

    BSc (Hons), MArch, PGDip

    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

    Jason is a design focused architect with 10 years' experience at Stirling Prize winning AHMM. Key projects include the mixed-use regeneration of BBC Television Centre in White City, Waverly School in Birmingham, a large over station development in Southwark and the regeneration of former HMV Record Store in Hayes. More recently Jason lead regeneration projects in Bristol’s Temple Quarter for clients including University of Bristol. Including a high density housing scheme, expansion of the Innovation Campus and refurbishment of Victorian gas sheds to house a quantum computing research hub.

    Density, Housing

  • Jenni Reid

    Jenni Reid

    BSc, CEnv, CIEE

    Burton Reid Associates

    Jenni has 18 years experience within the environmental sector and is passionate about designing strategic and project mitigation and enhancements that support green infrastructure and future health and wellbeing. Jenni is a Chartered Environmentalist, a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management (CIEEM) and an Approved Building with Nature Assessor. She is a champion for interdisciplinary collaboration in her work.

    Landscape, People & Place

  • Fraser Reid

    Fraser Reid

    BSc (Hons), PGCert, FRGS, CGeog

    WSP

    Over 17 years of experience, Fraser has developed a strong holistic understanding across the transport sector. This has been acquired through his involvement in a wide variety of projects for private developers, large governmental bodies and local authorities. A Post Graduate Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Westminster complements Fraser’s experience, providing a strong understanding of the critical relationships between transportation, land use planning, urban design and delivery.

    Transport

  • Louis Rice

    Louis Rice

    BA (Hons), Dip.Arch, RIBA Part 3, MA, FHEA, PhD

    UWE

    Dr Louis Rice is Head of the World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre for Healthy Urban Environments. He is an architect, urban designer and senior lecturer specializing in healthy architecture and urban design. Louis studied Architecture at Sheffield University and then worked as an architect and urban designer for over a decade in London and Paris. He is the author of numerous books and articles.

    People & Place

  • Geoff Rich

    Geoff Rich

    BA(Hons) BArch(Hons) AABC RIBA-SCA

    Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

    Geoff is a Managing Partner at FCBStudios and an AABC-accredited conservation architect with a leading role in creative re-use and regeneration projects. He is currently working on the world’s oldest surviving iron-framed buildings at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings, the Bath Abbey Footprint project, and masterplans for the National Museums of Liverpool and Liverpool University. Geoff is a member of the Historic England Historic Places Panel, lectures at several universities, and previously led award-winning projects at Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle.

    Climate, Heritage, People & Place

  • Tanya Ross

    Tanya Ross

    MEng, MSt, MAPM

    Buro Happold Consulting Engineers

    With a background in building services design and cost engineering, Tanya found her metier in design management with the design and construction of the Millennium Dome from 1995-1999. Since then she has led the engineering design teams for several high profile projects including the O2 Arena, the London 2012 stadium and the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. Tanya currently leads a 25-person Design Project Management team at Buro Happold whilst continuing to support large, complex multi-disciplinary projects.

    Inclusive Growth, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Dan Tapscott

    Dan Tapscott

    BSc (Hons) MRICS

    Rapleys LLP

    Dan is a Chartered Building Surveyor specialising in the field of Neighbourly Matters, which includes Rights to Light, Daylight & Sunlight Amenity, Party Walls and Access Arrangements. Seen as a ‘leading light’ of the profession, Dan is behind multiple developments on our local and national skyline, serves as the secretary of the Severnside P&T Club for Party Wall practitioners, has published numerous articles, and regularly gives seminars on the subject of Neighbourly Matters.

    Density, Housing, People & Place