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Maggie Baddeley

Maggie is a town planner and chartered surveyor, most recently being a principal strategic planning officer working on London Plan Green Belt, strategic infrastructure and circular economy policy with the Greater London Authority. She is a Public Practice Alum. Maggie is also a design review panel chair, co-vice chair and panel member inGreater Cambridge and in Essex.

She was previously a senior associate with Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, working on all scales of development projects for private and public sector clients, from tender to delivery stages. She spent much of her career as a planning director at Lichfields, working on projects and in a planning law and policy advisory role that included vice chairing the British Property Federation’s Planning Committee.

As England policy lead with the Royal Town Planning Institute, she had responsibility for: the Institute’s Urban Design Network and its heritage off-shoot; preparing responses to planning-related Government consultations; contributing to RTPI campaigns; supporting colleagues with her detailed understanding of planning law and policy in practice; and undertaking her own research/ practice projects – including the RTPI’s influential research report, ‘Planning and Design Quality’.