Associate Urban Designer
Jamie is a qualified Urban Designer and City Planner. Before joining the Urbanists he worked as an urban design and planning consultant on projects throughout the UK, and has experience in both the public and private sector.
Jamie’s passion lies in the formation of economically viable and sustainable places, whether they are new cities and towns or the regeneration of existing urban districts. His background in planning influences his masterplanning, enabling robust and effective designs on complex and challenging sites. His curiosity for innovative approaches to design keeps Jamie informed on the current thinking in the construction industry which he utilises to inform his designs.
Key member of a multidisciplinary consultancy
Strategic urban planning
Facilitating public engagement events and community consultation workshops
Completion of engaging and robust Design and Access Statements, Planning Supporting Statements and Development Briefs
Leading an urban design and graphics team
What do you think makes a successful place 'work'?
Places that reflect and build upon the character and identity of a place and where it’s benefits are felt not only in the immediate context but further afield.
What is your favourite place & why?
I don’t really have one favourite place but Port Meirion in North Wales was a great experience, there is something very bizarre about going past traditional welsh cottages to arrive at a Italian village on the seaside.
What interests you outside of work?
I spend a lot of my time listening to music from all genres and like to play the drums and piano when I get the chance.
What place do you most want to visit in the next ten years?
I would love to go to Japan and maybe explore a bit of Asia just to experience the difference in cultures and amazing landscapes.