Keith Bradley is a senior partner with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, based in Bath and London, a substantial practice with an international reputation for design quality, environmental expertise and architectural innovation. Keith led the Accordia housing scheme in Cambridge which won the 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize. He is guest critic and lecturer at numerous Schools of Architecture in the UK and a frequent speaker at conferences in the UK and abroad.
After a career as a lawyer in local government, culminating in three years as the Solicitor to the Council of Cambridgeshire County Council, Tim is now practising in London specializing in public procurement, PFI and public construction projects. Through living in Cambridge, Tim has developed an enthusiasm for the built environment and is a strong supporter of Shape’s role in helping people to make better places. He is a member of the Management Committee and acts as the secretary to the trustees.
Nichola chairs the Shape East board of trustees. She is a chartered surveyor, but for the last 12 years has focused on working in local politics, as a Liberal Democrat councillor at Cambridge City Council and now as an Independent at Cambridgeshire County Council. In her political role she has specialised in growth and planning issues.
Greg is Regional Director for English Heritage, based in Cambridge. He works with most of the heritage sector but he has developed a special interest in the contribution new buildings make to historic places. He is Chairman of the Historic Environment Forum of heritage organisations
Peter is Managing Director of Northmore Associates Limite,d a consultancy
firm in the centre of Cambridge providing management and consultancy
services to the built environment, specialising in Public Sector procurement
of projects particularly to the NHS. He is chairman of the Cambridge Forum
for the Construction Industry and is the treasurer / trustee of Shape East and a member of the Management Committee'
Alex was Director General of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1993 to 2000. He was previously chief executive of DEGW, an international architectural practice. He read architecture at Cambridge University and at University College London. He was a member of Cambridgeshire County Council from 2003 to 2009.
Christopher has been a Trustee of the Built Environment Education Trust (Shape East) since its formation in 1989, serving as Secretary or Treasurer or both for all of that time. He has organised many Lego building and other workshops for schools and adults. He is also a founder member (1980) of the Council of the Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry, was its second Chairman in 1983 and now chairs the CFCI Charitable Trust.
Glen heads the Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire Joint Urban Design Team which focuses on a wide range of design solutions for sites of kinds from Cambridge’s major urban extensions to small urban infill sites. He leads on negotiations with developer design teams over master planning, design coding and public realm design.
Oliver Smith is the Founder Director of 5th Studio, a practice with 16 architects in two studios and a portfolio of challenging building, strategic master planning and public realm projects.In addition to a number of local College buildings, current projects include the planning of a sustainable urban extension to the City and the creation of the Lea River Park - a new park for London - linking the Olympic site to the River Thames. Oliver qualified in Cambridge in 1983, working with James Stirling on the Tate in the North and art galleries in Lugano and Milan and with MJP on projects for the London School of Economics and Politial Science (LSE), the Ruskin Archive and Lancaster University. Oliver taught in the Cambridge University Department of Architecture for 15 years, and was a founding Trustee, and chairs the Management Group of Shape East - the Architecture Centre for the Eastern Region.
Peter Studdert is an independent advisor on city planning and urban design. Qualified as an architect and a town planner, he has over 35 years experience of planning in local government, the last twenty years at Director level in Cambridge. He is a member of English Heritage's Advisory Committee and Urban Panel, and serves on the Policy Council of the Town and Country Planning Association. He is a member of the Academy of Urbanism and is a Past Chairman of the Historic Towns Forum.