Stuart Robinson on station place-making

TfL Commercial Development's Strategic Planning Adviser, Stuart Robinson, will be speaking at our 10th October forum at White City Place, London.. He will join a panel discussion on rail station-led regeneration with Richard Marsh of Bristol Temple Quarter, Liam Harrison of SNC-Lavalin Atkins, and Alexandra Reitman of Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation. Stuart has carried out important research with Danish urban designer Jan Gehl and surveyors CBRE on place-making around station sites.

Stuart has been a practising planner for forty years, with most of this time spent as Head of Planning at CBRE, the world’s largest property services company. During his time at CBRE, he grew the firm’s planning consultancy into one of the country’s top centres of planning advice with teams of nearly sixty people in six offices.

Whilst at CBRE he was also involved in some of the UK’s headline projects such as Kings Central (Argent), Regent Street (Crown Estate), Spitalfields (SPG), Royal Arsenal (M & D), Tate Modern (NE), the Bull Ring in Birmingham and Victoria Quarter for Hammerson in Leeds.