Meet Andrew CameronUrban Design
Andrew is an urban designer and engineer who has been involved in many regeneration and masterplanning projects for villages, towns and cities in the UK and around the world. He is experienced in how we can plan for movement whilst at the same time creating human scale urbanism, enjoyable places and great streets.
Andrew has in-depth knowledge of the urban design and placemaking aspects of development proposals and has been involved in a wide range of masterplanning and regeneration projects. They have included:
Poundbury, Dorchester; Tregunnel Hill and Nansledan, Newquay; movement planning and street design for these mixed-used town extensions for Duchy of Cornwall
Sherford New Community in Devon – mixed use new settlement for 5,500 homes near Plymouth
Derwenthorpe, York; innovative and contemporary urban extension to the city for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Langwith, York; garden village for up to 5,000 homes to the east of York
Many other projects in Scotland, USA, India and the Middle East.
He has acted as advisor to Government for the House of Commons Select Committees on Housing and Sustainable Communities and has co-authored a number of publications including the Manual for Streets 1 and 2 (England and Wales)
Andrew and Patrick have worked together for a number of years and worked on Enquiry by Design projects with the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community.