As an urbanist, Neha is passionate about the planet, its cities and the urban cultures that are interwoven with the social and natural fabric of a place. She believes in design as a force of change for imagining the environment we inhabit and a tool for problem solving. Her creative process and personal design philosophy is people centric and rooted in place and context. Her experience transcends all scales of projects from frameworks to masterplans to compliance review processes. I have expertise in design and culture-led regeneration, mixed use masterplans, housing, garden cities, neighbourhood plans, growth strategies, development frameworks, town centers, high streets and public realm vision and guidance. Neha has played a pivotal role in steering a number of regeneration projects through the statutory development management process, delivering high quality outcomes. An advocate of high-quality design and inclusive regeneration that benefits the wider community, she is contributing as a built environment expert on a number of Design Review panels for London Boroughs. A keen follower of the ongoing debates in the field and a supporter for bridging the gap between academics and the profession, Neha is a regular visiting critic and guest tutor at a number of courses at the Bartlett, UCL, where she also supervises Masters students on their Major Research Projects.