Simon Power is a Director at Mott MacDonald; a PhD researcher at Cardiff University School of Geography and Planning; a Panel Member of the Design Commission for Wales and Vice Chair (2019-20) of RTPI Wales. He is currently leading the Bristol Temple Meads/Temple Quarter Masterplanning Commission for Bristol City Council, Homes England, Network Rail and West of England Combined Authority. His professional background is in environmental planning, environmental impact assessment/sustainability appraisal – for urban mixed-use development, water, energy and transport. He is a Chartered Town Planner and Chartered Environmental Scientist/Earth Scientist with a focus on sustainability and good design. He developed and led a 100-strong multidisciplinary consultancy team in Cardiff and Bristol over a 25-year career before moving to Mott MacDonald. He is interested in place-based leadership and how experts can make the places in which they work/reside more sustainable, better designed, resilient and economically viable.
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Two significant areas of redevelopment are the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone and the YTL Filton arena project. What's the vision for each project and for the city and West of England?