Tim is a chartered landscape architect and urban designer with over 25 years of professional experience in the private and public sector.
Having worked on a breadth of topics from town centre renewal, masterplanning, garden village, green infrastructure, natural capital, landscape assessment and landscape and visual impact assessment across England and Wales. He has led many multidisciplinary teams that deliver often strategic and complex projects involving extensive stakeholder consultation. In 2020, Tim was appointed as an expert with the High Street Task Force (HSTF) and through this he provides advice to local authorities on town centre renewal.
Tim teaches on built environment related courses at five universities: Liverpool, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan (MMU), Leeds Beckett and Sheffield. He formerly chaired the Landscape Institute's (LI) Professional Review Group (PRG) for the landscape architecture course at MMU. The PRG is a group of practitioners, accountable to the LI, and acts as a critical friend to the course, while supporting both staff and students.
Tim is an ambassador for PLACED in Liverpool and with that organisation he helps to facilitate design workshops, mentoring and support to school pupils considering a career in the built environment.