Lambeth Smith Hampton joins our November City of London forum
Above: Dr Steve Norris (courtesy Lambert Smith Hampton)
Town centre, retail and regeneration specialist Dr Steve Norris of Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) will be speaking at our City of London forum this November on place-making.
He will join TfL, Lewisham Council, architects BDP, Aviva Investors and Historic England on a panel that will looks at joined-up planning for transport and mixed-use, and the importance of place in our towns and cities.
Dr Norris is LSH's national head of regeneration, retail and town centre consultancy. He has nearly 30 years’ experience advising local planning authorities, regeneration bodies, developers, operators, investors and landowners on all aspects of town centre, retail, leisure and economic planning and development.
He has recently advised Nottingham, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Warwick, Newark, Hull and Basingstoke Councils on strategic planning and regeneration strategies for their city and town centres. He is also advising on the vision, repositioning and regeneration of a number of shopping centre assets for clients.
Dr Norris commented:
“LSH has extensive experience in advising both the public and private sectors on the planning, funding, development and management of new regeneration projects. The plan is to evolve this to strengthen our offering in all stages of the regeneration lifecycle: from the preparation of economic and commercial-led strategic visions and masterplans for centres and places, through to robust advice on how to procure, fund, deliver and manage new development and regeneration projects.”
Dr Norris heads up a specialist consultancy team with a focus on creating realistic and commercially viable route maps to help unlock new investment, regeneration and sustainable development.