Hannah is an urban designer based in London, but hailing from Liverpool, who strongly advocates for strategic approaches and meaningful public participation when working within the built environment.
Hannah joined the Placemaking team at Croydon Council as Deputy Team Leader in July 2019, and has since been leading a number of projects including the delivery of a design-led masterplan and Local Plan Chapter for the Purley Way, a significant growth area within the borough.
Hannah has also overseen the delivery of the Croydon Urban Room, as well as providing design guidance and critique to applicants of new development schemes. Hannah previously worked as an Associate Urban Designer at the architecture and urbanism practice We Made That where she led multidisciplinary teams to develop innovative placemaking strategies and masterplans, through multilevel engagement programmes, on behalf of public or third sector clients.
She has studied at University of Sheffield and London Metropolitan University to gain a Diploma in Architecture and an MA in Spatial Planning and Urban Design. Hannah has been supporting including Granby Four Streets Community Land Trust in Liverpool, most recently helping them collate a newspaper to celebrate creativity and accomplishments across the community.