Hannah helps deliver our European projects and supports our placemaking efforts. She has a decade of experience in master planning, visioning, policy and research in an array of international contexts. Working at the interaction of research and practice to create healthy streets, neighbourhoods and cities, Hannah has built strong competencies in designing child-friendly cities and in supporting healthy living through urban planning and design. She enjoys supporting knowledge and skills development in workshop settings and is at ease moving from desk research to field work. Hannah is a Thought Leader at PlacemakingX, a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and has a Masters and BA with Honours in Urban Studies from Sheffield University.
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