Peter Bishop

Professor of Urban Design

The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

As planning director, Peter has worked on major projects including Canary Wharf, the BBC’s campus at White City and the Kings Cross developments.

In 2011 Peter took up a directorship at Allies and Morrison-Urban Practitioners architects and carried out a policy on behalf of the Government and the Design Council, “The Bishop Review”.  He is Professor of Urban Design at The Bartlett School of Architecture, has been a design advisor to the Mayor of London, and is an honorary fellow of University College London, an honorary fellow of the RIBA and holds an honorary doctorate from the university of Kingston.

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