Amanda has a strong background in the design of urban regeneration, masterplanning and housing schemes. She has wide ranging experience in creating schemes for clients that range in scale from 20 to 11,000 dwellings and has worked for clients across the marketplace including housing associations, private developers, local authorities and clients overseas.
Amanda joined Nash Partnership in 2006 and is responsible for the management of a team that delivers large scale housing and regeneration projects. The projects she works on are typically residential or mixed use in nature on green and brown field sites or regeneration projects involving existing towns and neighbourhoods.
Amanda also carries out analysis to inform proposals for strategic sites, produces design guidance in the form of design codes and manages the design and delivery of Reserved Matters planning applications for large scale sites. She organises and attends resident and stakeholder consultation events and works closely with councillors.
Amanda is an Architect and many of her developments have won national design awards. She has published research document in the Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal and lectures at conference events. Amanda is a Built Environment Expert for the Design Council.