Phil is a chartered landscape architect and town planner with 25 years’ experience, currently advising the UK Commission for the Built Environment and UK design watchdog The Design Council. Phil ran the public space design firm Parklife from 1995 until 2008 when it was merged with Middle Eastern landscape firm Cracknell. Phil offers a particular expertise in community engagement and the design of active environments that local authorities find helpful. Phil’s work with communities has been cited in design guides and screened on prime time TV. In 2011 Phil became Director of Public Realm for Broadway Malyan’s 15 offices worldwide, continuing his work in the Middle East until 2013 when he left to pursue his own projects.

Philip Heaton

Phil is a chartered landscape architect and town planner with 25 years’ experience, currently advising the UK Commission for the Built Environment and UK design watchdog The Design Council. Phil ran the public space design firm Parklife from 1995 until 2008 when it was merged with Middle Eastern landscape firm Cracknell. Phil offers a particular expertise in community engagement and the design of active environments that local authorities find helpful. Phil’s work with communities has been cited in design guides and screened on prime time TV. In 2011 Phil became Director of Public Realm for Broadway Malyan’s 15 offices worldwide, continuing his work in the Middle East until 2013 when he left to pursue his own projects.