Areas of Expertise
Inclusive Placemaking, Training and practice-based research, Urban Design and Masterplanning
Jacqueline Bleicher is the Founder of Global Urban Design C.I.C. a community focussed urban design and placemaking consultancy social enterprise.
She is an Urban Designer, Masterplanner, UK Registered, Chartered Architect, Part-Time Associate Lecturer on Environmental Sustainability at Anglia Ruskin University, Steering Group Coordinator for the Creative Community Placemakers Network, a placemaking Europe Network Leader and Co- Author of “Our City? Countering exclusion in public space,” a book by STIPO, Project for Public Spaces (PPS) and the Placemaking Europe Network. Jacqueline has over seventeen years’ professional experience working in the built environment in the areas of: Urban Design and Masterplanning, real estate development, planning and policy development and architecture in both the public and the private sector. Career experience covers a range of sectors including further education, mixed-use developments, residential, public realm, parks, green space, regeneration and extensions, inclusive place design, waterfronts and transportation network planning.