Thank you to everyone we have worked with throughout another successful year. Tibbalds has enjoyed working and collaborating with many aspirational clients, engaged communities and expert co-consultants. We have participated in a wide range of interesting and exciting projects, events and awards.
Overall, it has been another successful year, but it has had its ups and downs:
We were very saddened to hear about the passing of Andy Karski. Andy was a key part of the Tibbalds team, leading on planning for nearly 30 years and originally employing many of those who lead Tibbalds today. He was a highly-respected and well-loved colleague and mentor to many planners both within the Tibbalds team and more widely throughout the profession.
We also said goodbye to Sue Rowlands and Matt Shillito, two members of our senior management team, with Sue retiring and Matt returning to Canada.
Our team has been working incredibly hard and we are proud of many of the projects we have worked on. Welcome recognition came from the Secretary of State (Robert Jenrick) who highlighted the Bourne Estate in Camden as a model for regeneration schemes across the country.
Other highlights have been:
Producing Development Frameworks for the Smethwick to Birmingham Corridor; and three regeneration areas in St Peter Port Guernsey. Both projects involved extensive virtual community engagement;
Northstowe Healthy New Town, was a finalist in the Landscape Institute Awards as well as being shortlisted in the 'Award for Planning for Increased Housing Delivery'. Otterpool Park Phase 1 has been another exciting project, supporting the master-developer in the delivery of this new Garden Town.
The Tibbalds team and our projects have featured in a number of articles, including: