I have lived in Barrington for 12 years and in South Cambridgeshire for over 22 years. I hold an MSc and a PhD in Town Planning; am an experienced environmental risk consultant working on major development and decommissioning projects internationally, and have been a Chartered town planner for over 25 years.
I am also an experienced committee member and sit on national advisory committees for the Department of Health and Social Care, and for several scientific organisations. I was previously the Chair of the main Advisory Council to the Australian Nuclear regulator in Melbourne and Sydney, and held three honorary professorships in risk and sustainability in both the UK (Univ. of Surrey) and in Australia (Univ. of Swinburne, Melbourne Vic; and Univ. of Wollongong NSW).
I helped the Parish Council in formulating its early position on the 106 Agreement for the redevelopment of the Cemex site. I am looking forward to engaging with Redrow on the safe demolition and redevelopment of the site over the coming years.
Away from work I can be seen walking our two King Charles Cavalier Spaniels around the village, or helping friends and colleagues on the Barrington Speedwatch team during all weathers!