Areas of Expertise
Masterplanning , Resilience, Urban sustainability
Rachna Lévêque is an urban planner with global experience in place-making and strategic planning.
Working at the core of international multi-disciplinary teams, Rachna has developed masterplans, formulated strategies and reports for public dissemination, designed and delivered collaborative workshops, prepared financial models and led feasibility studies on various urban plans, projects and programmes.
Rachna also teaches at the Bartlett School of Planning and has recently completed her doctoral thesis in Urban Sustainability and Resilience. Rachna is currently a Public Practice Associate at the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning service, where she has taken on the role of Programme Manager for Strategic Sites. Her role involves delivering a complex programme of planning performance agreements on a range of strategic sites while enabling service wide service improvements and change management. She is now looking to directly connect her work to actions that improve cities for people and places, today and in the future.