- Black Country Broadband
- Black Country Garden City
- Black Country Smart City
- Black Country Digital Strategy
- Black Country Geopark
- Plans for Growth
- Brownfield Research & Innovation Centre (BRIC)
- Connecting our Region
- Energy as an Enabler
Black Country Garden City Panel
Your Black Country Garden City Panel
Transport Public Realm
Experienced transport planner and expert in
highways and street design. Bearwood, Sandwell resident for a number of years.
Urban Design Sustainability
Experienced urban designer who has undertaken
many assignments in the Black Country for Urbed. He has been working with the
LEP on the Garden City project. His father and uncles ran a small factory in
Urban Design Housing
Walsall resident and formerly worked as a
conservation and urban design officer for Walsall Council. Now with HCA.
Public Health Speciality Registrar
Public Health Speciality Registrar with an interest in maximising the health and wellbeing gains from design. Currently at Birmingham City Council. Stourbridge resident for 15 years.
Senior Biodiversity and Planning Officer with
the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust. Twelve years working as an
ecologist in the development and construction sector. Formerly with Sustrans.
Urban Design Regeneration
An experienced architect and urban designer who
has worked on many Black Country projects and was part of the group that
developed the Garden City proposal.
Remediation director with an engineering
consultancy, involved in a number of landmark developments in the Black Country
including Bilston Urban Village and a member of the University of Wolverhampton
Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre Board. Black Country born and bred.
Jon Akers Coyle
Landscape Public Realm
Experienced and well respected landscape
architect. Will bring an outside perspective although he grew up in the Clent
Hills, going to school in Stourbridge and regularly spending time in Dudley and
Wolverhampton where his father worked.
Urban Design Historic Environment
Urban designer and conservationist who has
undertaken a number of projects in the Black Country. She has lived in the
Black Country and went to primary school in Oldbury.
Nationally renowned planning consultant will provide
an outside perspective although spent childhood holidays in Wolverhampton and
has undertaken projects for Wolves and in Dudley.
Ecology Community Engagement
Wide experience of advising on and management of
natural open spaces in and around built development. Founder of the local wildlife trust, West
Bromwich resident and member of the Black Country Society.
Architecture Historic Environment
Experienced planning consultant. Has worked on a
number of Black Country projects. Family based in Stourbridge.
Ecology Habitat creation
Conservation manager with the Wildlife Trust for
Birmingham and the Black Country where he has worked for 14 years. Lead the
Nature Improvement Area bid. Has lived in the Black country for 20 years.
Urban designer with local government experience
who has helped to develop the Building for Life standard for new housing
developments. Will bring an outside