Lewis Reynolds BA (Hons) PGCert PGDip
Lewis is a landscape architect and town planner, with a background in the fine arts and sculpture. He brings considerable experience to the design and delivery of public realm strategies, landscape-led masterplans and projects.
Lewis completed a postgraduate degree in Spatial Planning at The Bartlett School of Planning and has since worked with a number of local authorities, parish councils and private developers across Hertfordshire and Essex. Lewis has developed a particular aptitude for large-scale residential and mixed-use development, and has proven expertise in green belt assessments, local plan preparation, planning appeals, environmental impact assessments, utilities, healthcare, education and householder development.
Lewis specialised as a landscape architect, studying at the University of East London. His project experience ranges from strategic masterplanning to detailed design. He is proficient in landscape and visual assessments, landscape management and landscape character assessments, and is particularly interested in introducing new planting to help with climate change adaptation. As a landscape designer, Lewis is passionate about creating distinctive sculptural landscapes that are expressive and yet highly functional for people to enjoy.