We are happy to share that Holly has been featured in The Planner as a ‘Woman of Influence’.
Every year for International Women’s Day, The Planner publishes a list of planning’s Women of Influence. This year, 50 Women of Influence have been selected by a number of planners to celebrate the impact of women on planning and planners. As per the article, ‘some women are on the list because they’ve had a significant influence on national planning policy; others because they’ve inspired the planners who work with them.’
‘She [Holly] has led two landmark pieces of influential policy work that is shaping the built environment in London: High Streets for All (PDF), a study for the Mayor of London on the social value of London’s High Streets; and Industrial Intensification and Co-location design guidance for the Mayor of London, which sets out ambitious plans for retention of industrial employment space alongside new housing across the city. She is appointed as a Mayor’s Design Advocate for the Greater London Authority and CABE Built Environment Expert.’