BA (Hons) Architecture
Amy is a RIBA Part 1 architecture graduate from Oxford Brookes University. Her main interest is in the link between alternative creative mediums and architecture, and how businesses can best incorporate this into projects by exploring the world of immersive and interactive design.
Amy has had previous architectural experience, working in the residential, education and commercial sector; favouring community-led projects for improved public environments. She has amongst other architectural works, previously collaborated with councils to facilitate community events for improved relations between members of the public and their local architecture.
Amy has been a key a part of our team in South of Ashford, Kent where she has undertaken a design review of the strategic growth framework. This work is helping coordinate three separate development proposals into a cohesive master plan for over 3,000 new homes.
She is also supporting our work on developing a community engagement and design strategy for 5,300 new homes north of Bishopstoke and Fair Oak in Hampshire. This development represents the preferred strategic growth option in the submitted local plan, scheduled for examination later in 2019.