Ian is a fully qualified landscape architect and urban designer and has been a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute for over 25 years. He has worked in many of the UK’s towns and cities on a large variety of projects including: streets; squares; civic spaces; public parks; residential new build and refurbishment; education; health care and play. Ian is an examiner on the Landscape Institute’s Pathway to Chartership programme and a member of Kingston University’s Professional Review Group. He also contributes occasionally to the Landscape Institute’s and Urban Design Group’s journals. Ian has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and regularly contributes to Transport for London and Urban Design London training programmes. He runs an annual guided public realm tour for Open House London.
Ian deals with all aspects of hard and soft landscape design from concept development to construction detailing, in addition to town centre and neighbourhood masterplanning. With a specialism in the design of complex streets and spaces, Ian’s portfolio includes numerous built schemes, including: Walworth Road ‘Mixed Priority Route’ scheme in Southwark; Camden High Street North including ‘Britannia Junction’; Venn Street and the Old Town in Clapham; Sidcup High Street; Brighton Station Gateway; Southampton Station Northern Quarter; and Pudding Mill Lane Docklands Light Rail Station. Other station-related urban realm projects in the advanced stages of design development include several Crossrail stations: Abbey Wood; Liverpool Street; and Hanwell.