Our In-house Team
Our core team work across the South West from our home in the heart of Bristol. We are Chartered Town Planners and the team has over 50 years’ combined experience; we’ve delivered regeneration policy and urban development in some of the most complex, historically important and politically sensitive environments in England.
Katie is a founding Director of Place Studio, and leads our highly valued collaborative approaches to planning and place-shaping. She brings her planning and landscape skills to enable accessible, inclusive and creative solutions to engagement that bring communities and stakeholders together to create successful outcomes. She has significant experience of Neighbourhood Plans and is one of the Government’s ‘Neighbourhood Planning Champions’.
Vaughan Thompson MRTPI
Vaughan is a founding Director of Place Studio and is a Chartered Planner (MRTPI) with more than 30 years experience. He leads our planning and design services to help clients create plans, streets and places that are inclusive and of the highest standard of design.
Jeff specialises in designing, leading and facilitating collaborative processes on all types of public and private sector strategies, plans and projects. With more than 40 years of experience at the vanguard of collaborative planning, he is a recognised international expert, trainer and author.
Georgina Perry MRTPI
Georgina is a Chartered Town Planner (MRTPI) providing support to all aspects of Place Studio’s services. She plays a lead role in policy drafting and evidence gathering, and works with communities and groups to collect, analyse and present information to help to shape and deliver successful plans and places.
Our Extended Team
We also have an extended team of professionals who work with us to deliver specific technical and complex tasks, including Chartered Town Planners, Building Conservation Consultants, Accessibility Experts and Landscape Architects. Their experience and passion enables us to offer a unique insight into all project types and tap into a wider wealth of knowledge when required.