Leo Hammond

Leo is an Urban Design Associate Director at Lambert Smith Hampton with 15 years' experience. Enthusiastic, creative and adaptable, he gained his qualifications from the Bartlett and won a scholarship to the Master in Advanced Urban Design program at UC Berkeley, California.

At Lambert Smith Hampton he is taking a key role in starting-up and developing the urban design team. Leo is currently leading urban design projects, including outline planning applications, planning briefs, design codes and feasibility projects across a range of scales and contexts with a national team of planners, regeneration and viability professionals.

Leo is the current Chair of the Urban Design Group, a UDG Recognised Practitioner, a Chartered Town Planner, a panel member on the Hackney Estate Regeneration Design Advice Group, an Academician at the Academy of Urbanism, an Urban Design Tutor at the Bartlett and a Future of London Alumni.

Custom House Regeneration Study
South Kilburn detailed planning
Leo Hammond Urban Design Group Recognised Practitioner
Job Title: 
Urban Design Associate Director at LSH, Chair of Urban Design Group & Urban Design Tutor at UCL
Qualifications: 

BA (Hons) MPhil MA(UD)

Organisation:
Lambert Smith Hampton
Region: 
East of England
East Midlands
International
London
North East
North West
Northern Ireland
Scotland
South East
South West
Wales
West Midlands
Yorkshire and the Humber
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