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
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Urban Design Associate Director at LSH, Chair of Urban Design Group & Urban Design Tutor at UCL

BA (Hons) MPhil MA(UD)

Lambert Smith Hampton
East of England
East Midlands
North East
North West
Northern Ireland
South East
South West
West Midlands
Yorkshire and the Humber
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