Board Members

Angela Bonney

Angela has over ten years’ experience in communications and is currently Head of UK Corporate Communications at the RICS. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and previously worked for Scottish Business in the community and in agency public relations.  Angela Bonney Register Of Interests


Sue Evans

Sue Evans

Sue is a Landscape Architect. She was Head of Development at the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) until 2018. In 2008, she was awarded an MBE for services to Forestry. A member of the Landscape Institute’s Policy and Communications Committee, she has also been a Local Adviser for Strathclyde and Ayrshire for Scottish Natural Heritage. In private practice, Sue worked on a number of regeneration projects. Sue Evans Register Of Interests


Graham Hill

Graham Hill

Graham is Cities Executive for Scotland at Arcadis, working with city leaders to create spaces where people want to live and work, improving mobility and making the best use of natural resources in the region. He participates in industry-wide forums and seminars on issues that shape the built environment and is passionate about the transformational impacts that effective placemaking and infrastructure investment can make. Graham Hill Register Of Interests


Kirsty Macari

Kirsty graduated in Town & Regional Planning and Urban Design and has significant experience in planning and economic development.  She is the founding director of Urbanizta Limited, a planning and urbanism consultancy and lectures at the University of Dundee.  Kirsty was awarded the Scottish Government Personal Achievement in Planning in 2016. Kirsty Macari Register Of Interests


Daisy Narayanan

Daisy is Deputy Director for SUSTRANS Scotland,  working to design and deliver walking, cycling and placemaking projects in partnership with statutory agencies in Scotland to help create liveable cities and towns for everyone.  Since April 2018, she has been on secondment to City of Edinburgh Council, appointed to lead the City Centre transformation programmes.  Daisy Narayanan Register Of Interests


Caroline Parkinson

Caroline is sector lead for the creative industries within the Data Driven Innovation Programme at University of Edinburgh. Prior to this she worked freelance supporting the sector, and as a professional photographer. She has held senior leadership positions at Creative Scotland and Creative & Cultural Skills supporting the design sector.  Caroline Parkinson Register Of Interests


Bruce Ross

Bruce is a practising architect with experience of living, working, learning and teaching in Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and, more recently, the highlands. He is a principal architect at an award-winning local authority design consultancy and has extensive experience in community and stakeholder engagement.  Bruce Ross Register Of Interests


Alistair Scott

Alistair is a practicing Architect with experience ranging from individual buildings to large scale regeneration projects. He worked in London and abroad prior to being a founder of award-winning architects Smith Scott Mullan Associates.  He is a former Chair of The Scottish Civic Trust and a long term advocate for a more sustainable and people-focused design approach to our towns and cities.  Alistair Scott Register Of Interests


Lynn Wilson

Lynn is a designer and Circular Economy expert who has worked in the UK and internationally in sectors including arts and community development and environmental and planning policy. From 2013 to 2017 she was part of the pioneering Circular Economy team at Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS).  Lynn Wilson Register Of Interests

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Panel Members

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Roof Leadwork CPD

This lead roofing CPD looks at how to design lead into repair and restoration of traditional buildings.

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