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Professor Aimee Ambrose BA (Hons), MSc, PhD

Professor of Energy Policy


Summary

I am a Professor of Energy Policy in CRESR where I have worked for the last thirteen years. Since June 2019 I have also acted as Chief Academic Advisor to the Hard to Reach energy users Annex which is part of the Users Technology Collaboration Programme by the International Energy Agency. I am also currently a visiting researcher at the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics at Lund University in Sweden.

About

My research is primarily concerned with the key societal challenges of reducing domestic energy consumption and the carbon emissions associated with housing. It comprises of three main facets:

  • Understanding user experiences of purpose built low energy homes with a view to improving their performance when occupied- I conduct qualitative research in this area, providing answers to hitherto unanswered questions raised by previous quantitative and technical studies.
  • The study of fuel poverty including lived experiences of the phenomenon and the efficacy of policies intended to alleviate it- I have led numerous high profile (national and local) evaluations of fuel poverty policy initiatives and have, in this sense, exerted considerable impact on policy in this area. I am also amongst the first academics to conduct detailed qualitative research into, inter alia, drivers of fuel poverty within the private rented sector- a pressing international policy concern. I have explored this issue (and published my research) in the UK, New Zealand and Australia.
  • Developing pioneering qualitative research methodologies to provide new and deeper insights into these areas of research. For example, using visual methods to study low energy housing and have broken new ground by applying research techniques allied to oral history to the study of fuel poverty. This latter approach has revealed new insights into how our attitudes and practices in relation to home heating are embedded in the past.

I have directed more than 20 research projects and evaluations relating to various energy policies and interventions including evaluations for the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy. I have also published 15 peer reviewed papers in high quality academic journals and over 30 research reports across my areas of expertise. In 2015 I undertook a visiting fellowship at the University of Otago in New Zealand where I conducted research into private landlords’ attitudes towards energy efficiency- this programme of research remains ongoing and has now extended into Australia through new partnerships with the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and the University of South Australia.

I am also a founding member and Chair of the Fuel Poverty Research Network- an international network with around 200 members that brings together the producers and users of fuel poverty research and intelligence from across academia, policy and practice.

Research interests

  • domestic energy efficiency
  • energy invisibility
  • citizen engagement with energy policy
  • user experiences of environmentally sustainable housing
  • lived experiences of fuel poverty and policy responses
  • non-traditional qualitative research methods
  • district energy and heating
  • energy inefficiency in private rented sector housing.

Research

  • Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research

2020-2021 Affordability support: a cross sector review. Consumer Council for Water. Role: Project Director.

2019-2021 Walking with energy: using participative research methods to overcome energy invisibility in Sweden and the UK. The Swedish Energy Agency. Project Director.

2016 Research in affordability initiatives for the Consumer Council for Water. Role: Project Director.

2016-2018 Reaching the hardest to reach: engaging vulnerable and hard to reach groups in energy advice and support. Role: Project Director.

2015 Research into tenancy failure amongst social housing tenants aged under 35, Hyde Housing Group and partners. Role: Research Manager.

2015-2017 Evaluation of the Wigan Deal for Warmth programme. Wigan Council. Role: Project Director.

2015-2016 Energy efficiency in the private rented sector: what tenants really think. Eaga Charitable Trust. Role: Project Director.

2014 Evaluation of the Big Energy Saving Network, Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC). Role: Project Director.

2013-19 Evaluation and Learning Contract for the Big Lottery Fund Talent Match Programme, Big Lottery Fund. Role: Member of research team.

2013-14 Process evaluation of the Low Carbon Pioneer Cities Heat Networks Project, Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC). Role: Project Director.

2013 Landmark Art and Community Resilience. Role: Project Director.

2012-13 User perspectives in low energy housing, The Economic and Social Research Council. Role: Project Director.

2012-13 Preparing for the Green Deal, Rotherham MBC. Role: Member of research team.

2012-14 Research into the Impact of the Economic Downturn and the Rebalancing of Northern Ireland's Economy on its Neighbourhoods, Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister.

2012-14 Monitoring of the direct payments in the social rented demonstration projects, Department for Work and Pensions.

2011-14 Monitoring and evaluating the impacts of the emergency budget and spending review measures for housing benefit, Department of Work and Pensions.

2011-12 Research into the effectiveness of the EDF Energy Trust grant funding programme, Charis Grants.

Research Reports

Ambrose, A., McCarthy, L. and Pinder, J. (2017) Energy (in) efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing - Research Summary. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ambrose, A., McCarthy, L. and Pinder, J. (2017) Energy (in)efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Eadson, W., Hickman, P. and Quinn, G. (2016) Assessment of the need for furniture provision for new NIHE tenants. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ambrose, A., Damm, C., Foden, M., Gilbertson, J. and Pinder, J. (2016) Delivering Affordability Assistance to water customers: cross sector lessons. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

McCarthy, L., Ambrose, A., and Pinder, J. (2016) Energy (In)Efficiency: Exploring what tenants expect and endure in the private rented sector in England. Kendal: Eaga Charitable Trust.

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., Hickman, P. and McCarthy, L. (2015) Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35 (PDF, 1.3MB). Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., Hickman, P. and McCarthy, L. (2015) Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35: executive summary (PDF, 461.8KB). Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W. and Pinder, J. (2015) Evaluation of the Big Energy Saving Network. London: DECC.

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W. and Pinder, J. with Gilbertson, J. and O'Flaherty, F. (2015) Low Carbon Pioneer Cities Heat Networks Project: a process evaluation. London: DECC.

Dayson, C., Hickman, P., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Bennett, E. and Muir, J. (2015) Understanding the economic contribution of the social economy at a neighbourhood level: Final Report. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Hickman, P., Batty, E., Dayson, C., Flint, J., Foden, M., Muir, J., Ambrose, A. and Green, S. (2015) 'Getting-by', Coping and Resilience in Difficult Times: Final Report. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Hickman, P., Dayson, C., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Bennett, E., Flint, J., Foden, M., Green, S. and Muir, J. (2015) Summary of Key Findings. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Robinson, D., Reeve, K., Platts-Fowler, D., Green, S., Walshaw, A., Batty, E. and Bashir, N. (2013) An Evaluation of Getting on Together: The Community Cohesion Strategy for Wales. Cardiff: Welsh Government.

Dayson, C., Gilbertson, J., Morgan, G. and Walshaw, A. (2012) EDF Energy Trust Research Project. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Robinson, D., Walshaw, A., Uwimana, M., Bahati, B. Reeve, K. and Bashir, N. (2012) Evaluation of the Trans-national Resettlement Project: UK and Ireland. London: Home Office.

Wells, P., Hickman, P., Dayson, C., Walshaw, A., Batty, E., Gore, T., Green, S., Wilson, I. and O'Toole, C. (2012) Village SOS Project Evaluation. London: Big Lottery Fund.

CRESR (2011) Sustaining the benefits of capital funding: Final Report. London: The Big Lottery.

Eadson, W., Platts-Fowler, D., Robinson, D. and Walshaw, A. (2011) Community Mapping and Tension Monitoring. Cardiff: Welsh Government.

Hickman, P., Walshaw, A., Ferrari, E., Gore, T. and Wilson, I. (2011) “The Houses all Look Posh Now” - Evaluating the Impact of a Housing Improvement Programme: The Case of Portobello and Belle Vue. Wakefield: Wakefield and District Housing.

Hickman, P., Walshaw, A., Ferrari, E., Gore, T. and Wilson, I. (2011) “The Houses all Look Posh Now” - Evaluating the Impact of a Housing Improvement Programme: the Case of Portobello and Belle Vue - Key Findings and Policy Messages. Wakefield: Wakefield and District Housing.

Robinson, D. and Walshaw, A. (2011) New migration, neighbourhood effects and community change. Swindon: The Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Ferrari, E., Gore, T., Hickman, P., Platts-Fowler, D. and Walshaw, A. (2009) Portobello and Belle Vue Housing Impact Study - Third Annual Review Report - Executive Summary. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Ferrari, E., Gore, T., Hickman, P. and Walshaw, A. (2009) Portobello and Belle Vue Housing Impact Study - Second Annual Review Report - Executive Summary. Sheffield: CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University.

Key clients

  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
  • Department for Work and Pensions
  • Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM)
  • Welsh Assembly Government

Publications

Journal articles

Ambrose, A., Sherriff, G., Baker, W., & Chambers, J. (2021). Cold comfort: Covid-19, lockdown and the coping strategies of fuel poor households. Energy Reports. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2021.08.175

Castano Garcia, A., Ambrose, A., Hawkins, A., & Parkes, S. (2021). High consumption, an unsustainable habit that needs more attention. Energy Research and Social Science, 80. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2021.102241

Palm, J., Reindl, K., & Ambrose, A. (2020). Understanding tenants’ responses to energy efficiency renovations in public housing in Sweden: From the resigned to the demanding. Energy Reports, 6, 2619-2626. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2020.09.020

Ambrose, A., Baker, W., Batty, E., & MacNair Hawkins, A. (2020). "I have a panic attack when I pick up the phone": experiences of energy advice amongst 'hard to reach' energy users. People Place and Policy Online, 14 (1), 58-64. http://doi.org/10.3351/ppp.2019.3479427335

Baker, W., Ambrose, A., Brierley, J., Butler, D., Marchand, R., & Sherriff, G. (2020). Stuck at home in a cold home: the implications of Covid-19 for the fuel poor. People, place and policy online, 1-4. http://doi.org/10.3351/ppp.2020.3447683949

Ambrose, A. (2020). Walking with Energy: challenging energy invisibility and connecting citizens with energy futures through participatory research. Futures, 117, 102528. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2020.102528

Sherriff, G., Moore, T., Berry, S., Ambrose, A., Goodchild, B., & Maye-Banbury, A. (2019). Coping with extremes, creating comfort: user experiences of ‘low-energy’ homes in Australia. Energy Research and Social Science, 51, 44-54. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2018.12.008

Goodchild, B., Ambrose, A., Berry, S., Maye-Banbury, A., Moore, T., & Sherriff, G. (2019). Modernity, Materiality and Domestic Technology: A Case Study of Cooling and Heating from South Australia. Housing, Theory and Society, 1-21. http://doi.org/10.1080/14036096.2019.1600577

Ambrose, A., & Mccarthy, L. (2019). Taming the 'masculine pioneers'? Changing attitudes towards energy efficiency amongst private landlords and tenants in New Zealand: A case study of Dunedin. Energy Policy, 126, 165-176. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2018.11.018

Ambrose, A., & Marchland, R. (2017). The contemporary landscape of fuel poverty research. Indoor and Built Environment, 26 (7), 875-878. http://doi.org/10.1177/1420326X17724914

Ambrose, A., Goodchild, B., & O'Flaherty, F. (2017). Understanding the user in low energy housing: a comparison of positivist and phenomenological approaches. Energy Research & Social Science, 34, 163-171. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.06.035

Goodchild, B., Ambrose, A., & Maye-Banbury, A. (2017). Storytelling as oral history: revealing the changing experience of home heating in England. Energy Research & Social Science, 31, 137-144. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.06.009

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., & Pinder, J. (2016). Erratum: Corrigendum to “The role of actor-networks in the early stage mobilisation of low carbon heat networks” (Energy Policy (2016) 96 (144–152) (S0301421516302725) (10.1016/j.enpol.2016.05.042)). Energy Policy, 99, 110. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2016.09.052

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., & Pinder, J. (2016). The role of actor-networks in the early stage mobilisation of low carbon heat networks. Energy Policy, 96, 144-152. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2016.05.042

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., & Gilbertson, J. (2016). Editorial: PPP special issue – International Perspectives on Fuel Poverty. People, Place and Policy, 10 (1), 1-4. http://doi.org/10.3351/ppp.0010.0001.0001

Ambrose, A. (2015). Improving energy efficiency in private rented housing : what makes landlords act? Indoor and Built Environment, 24 (7), 913-924. http://doi.org/10.1177/1420326X15598821

Goodchild, B., O'Flaherty, F., & Ambrose, A. (2014). Inside the eco-home: using video to understand the implications of innovative housing. Housing, Theory and Society, 31 (3), 334-352. http://doi.org/10.1080/14036096.2014.903855

Robinson, D., & Walshaw, A. (2014). Security of tenure in social housing in England. Social Policy and Society, 13 (01), 1-12. http://doi.org/10.1017/S1474746413000183

Ambrose, A. (2013). User and organisational responses to biomass district heating. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning, 167 (1), 35-41. http://doi.org/10.1680/udap.12.00023

Walsham, A. (2012). Briefing : Understanding the impact of housing modernisation from the bottom up. Journal of Urban Design and Planning, 165 (1), 7-10. http://doi.org/10.1680/udap.2012.165.1.7

Goodchild, B., & Walshaw, A. (2011). Towards zero carbon homes in England? From inception to partial implementation. Housing Studies, 26 (6), 933-949. http://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2011.593132

Walshaw, A. (2011). From house to home : residents’ perceptions of housing modernisation. Journal of Urban Regeneration and Renewal, 4 (3), 269-278. http://henrystewart.metapress.com/app/home/issue.asp?referrer=parent&backto=journal,6,20;linkingpublicationresults,1:120775,1

Conference papers

Ashby, K., Rotmann, S., Smith, J., Mundaca, L., Ambrose, A., Borelli, S., & Talwar, M. (2020). Who are Hard-to-Reach energy users? Segments, barriers and approaches to engage them. Proceedings ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. http://doi.org/10.47568/3false103

Ambrose, A. (2019). Walking with energy: Increasing energy visibility through research participation. Eceee Summer Study Proceedings, 2019-J, 83-92. https://www.eceee.org/library/conference_proceedings/eceee_Summer_Studies/2019/1-the-dynamics-of-limiting-energy-consumption/walking-with-energy-increasing-energy-visibility-through-research-participation/

Reports

Ambrose, A., Gilbertson, J., Speake, B., Bimpson, E., Mccarthy, L., & Ramsden, S. (2021). Cross-sector review of affordability support: an evidence review for the Consumer Council for Water. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. http://doi.org/10.7190/cresr.2021.6894611266

Ambrose, A., Archer, T., & Bimpson, E. (2020). Research to identify early lessons emerging from the Innovative Housing Programme. Welsh Government. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/research-to-identify-early-lessons-emerging-from-the-innovative-housing-programme

Ambrose, A., Archer, T., & Bimpson, E. (2020). Research to identify early lessons emerging from the Innovative Housing Programme: Summary. Welsh Government. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/research-to-identify-early-lessons-emerging-from-the-innovative-housing-programme-summary

Ambrose, A., Baker, W., Batty, E., & Hawkins, A. (2019). Reaching the 'Hardest to Reach' with energy advice: final report - Executive Summary. Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/reaching-the-hardest-to-reach-with-energy-advice-final-report---executive-summary

Ambrose, A., Baker, W., Batty, E., & Hawkins, A. (2019). Reaching the 'Hardest to Reach' with energy advice: final report. Sheffield Hallam University. http://doi.org/10.7190/cresr.2019.8286642862

Ambrose, A., Bashir, N., Foden, M., Gilbertson, J., Green, G., & Stafford, B. (2018). Better housing, better health in London Lambeth : the Lambeth Housing standard health impact assessment and cost benefit analysis. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/better-housing-better-health-in-london-lambeth

Ambrose, A., Mccarthy, L., & Pinder, J. (2017). Energy (in) efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing - Research Summary. Kendal: Eaga. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/energy-in-efficiency-what-tenants-expect-and-endure-in-private-rented-housing---research-summary

Ambrose, A., Mccarthy, L., & Pinder, J. (2016). Energy (in)efficiency: what tenants expect and endure in private rented housing. A final report to the Eaga Charitable Trust. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/energy-in-efficiency-what-tenants-expect-and-endure-in-private-rented-housing

Ambrose, A., Damm, C., Foden, M., Gilbertson, J., & Pinder, J. (2016). Delivering Affordability Assistance to water customers: cross sector lessons. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/delivering-affordability-assistance-to-water-customers-cross-sector-lessons

Mccarthy, L., Ambrose, A., & Pinder, J. (2016). Energy (In)Efficiency: Exploring what tenants expect and endure in the private rented sector in England. Making the case for more research into the tenant's perspective. An evidence review. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/energy-inefficiency-exploring-what-tenants-expect-and-endure-in-the-private-rented-sector-in-england

Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Eadson, W., Hickman, P., & Quinn, G. (2016). Assessment of the need for furniture provision for new NIHE tenants. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/assessment-of-the-need-for-furniture-provision-for-new-nihe-tenants

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., Hickman, P., & Mccarthy, L. (2015). Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35 : final report. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/tenancy-sustainment-amongst-those-aged-under-35-final-report

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., Hickman, P., & Mccarthy, L. (2015). Tenancy sustainment amongst those aged under 35: executive summary. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/tenancy-sustainment-amongst-those-aged-under-35-executive-summary

Hickman, P., Dayson, C., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Bennett, E., Flint, J., ... Muir, J. (2015). Summary of key findings. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/summary-of-key-findings

Dayson, C., Hickman, P., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., Bennett, E., & Muir, J. (2015). Understanding the economic contribution of the social economy at a neighbourhood level: Final Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/understanding-the-economic-contribution-of-the-social-economy-at-a-neighbourhood-level-final-report

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., Pinder, J., Gilbertson, J., & O'Flaherty, F. (2015). Low Carbon Pioneer Cities Heat Networks Project: a process evaluation. Department of Energy and Climate Change. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/low-carbon-pioneer-cities-heat-networks-project-a-process-evaluation

Hickman, P., Batty, E., Dayson, C., Flint, J., Foden, M., Muir, J., ... Green, S. (2015). 'Getting By', Coping and Resilience in Difficult Times: Final Report. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/getting-by-coping-and-resilience-in-difficult-times-final-report

Ambrose, A., Eadson, W., & Pinder, J. (2015). Evaluation of the Big Energy Savings Network: Final report. London: Department of Energy and Climate Change. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/evaluation-of-the-big-energy-saving-network

Eadson, W., Robinson, D., Reeve, K., Platts-Fowler, D., Green, S., Walshaw, A., ... Pearce, S. (2013). An Evaluation of Getting on Together: The Community Cohesion Strategy for Wales. Welsh Government. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/an-evaluation-of-getting-on-together-the-community-cohesion-strategy-for-wales

Eadson, W., Gilbertson, J., & Walshaw, A. (2013). Attitudes and Perceptions of the Green Deal amongst private sector landlords in Rotherham: Summary. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/attitudes-and-perceptions-of-the-green-deal-amongst-private-sector-landlords-in-rotherham-summary

Eadson, W., Gilbertson, J., & Walshaw, A. (2013). Attitudes and Perceptions of the Green Deal amongst private sector landlords in Rotherham. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/attitudes-and-perceptions-of-the-green-deal-amongst-private-sector-landlords-in-rotherham

Dayson, C., Gilbertson, J., Morgan, G., & Walshaw, A. (2012). EDF Energy Trust Research Project. Sheffield Hallam University, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/edf-energy-trust-research-project

Robinson, D., & Ambrose, A. (2011). New Migration, Neighbourhood Effects and Community Change. Connected Communities. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/new-migration-neighbourhood-effects-and-community-change

Wells, P., Coule, T., Dayson, C., Morgan, G., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., ... Patmore, B. (2010). Futurebuilders Evaluation: Final Report. Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/futurebuilders-evaluation-final-report

Wells, P., Coule, T., Dayson, C., Morgan, G., Ambrose, A., Batty, E., ... Patmore, B. (2010). Futurebuilders Evaluation: Final Report Executive Summary. Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University. https://www.shu.ac.uk/centre-regional-economic-social-research/publications/futurebuilders-evaluation-final-report-executive-summary

McCarthy, L., Ambrose, A., & Pinder, J. (n.d.). Energy (In)Efficiency: Exploring what tenants expect and endure in the private rented sector in England. Sheffield Hallam University. http://doi.org/10.7190/cresr.2020.8936189508

Theses / Dissertations

Ambrose, A. (n.d.). Using qualitative methods to understand non-technological aspects of domestic energy efficiency. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Hickman, P., Goodchild, B., & Macaskill, A.

Media

Aimee is a researcher in Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR). She is a qualified town planner and previously practised within local government, where she gained significant experience of major housing redevelopment schemes.

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