Tom is a Chartered Town Planner who has worked in the housing and regeneration sector for over a decade and a half since his recruitment to the national regeneration agency, English Partnerships in 2005.
Providing strategic and project specific advice and guidance to RSL and Local Authority clients on projects ranging from nationally significant regeneration projects, through to local development programmes and housing strategy. Stakeholder management and community consultation.
Tom has extensive experience of working with Local Authorities and Registered Providers at a senior level to deliver both large scale and more focussed transformational housing led regeneration projects from the plan making process through to implementation on site.
Tom is known for his ability to work within complex partnership settings to build relationships, form consensus and deliver outputs through his personable approach to assignments. He is motivated by the desire to improve people’s lives through better housing, good design and meaningful regeneration initiatives.
Recent Altair Assignments
- Head of Major Ventures – Genesis
- Development and Investment Team Manager, Basildon Council
- Regeneration Consultant, LB Barking and Dagenham / Be First
- Consultant – Tower Hamlets Community Housing
- Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute
- Pg Dip Town and Regional Planning
- Ba (Hons) Urban Studies and Planning
Outside of work, Tom likes spending time on music production and dining, eating good food, cycling, and spending time with his family.
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