Rosalie is an experienced consultant, researcher, facilitator and project manager with over twenty years’ experience in sustainable planning, policy and development.
She is currently Senior Research Associate with the University of Bristol, working on tackling the root causes of unhealthy urban development (TRUUD project). Specialist areas include sustainable masterplanning, biodiversity and green infrastructure, wellbeing and inclusion. Previous work includes reviewing healthy built environment and sustainability standards with UCL, identifying ways to enhance their health and sustainability impact. Rosalie worked with the University of Reading and Building Research Establishment to review the sustainable masterplanning standard, BREEAM Communities. Rosalie has published guidance regarding UK biodiversity planning requirements with the Royal Town Planning Institute. She carried out a review of green infrastructure planning across the London Boroughs for the GLA.