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Hilary Satchwell

Women in practice profile: Director, Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design

WHY YOU BECAME AN ARCHITECT Because it related to an interest in the built environment. Once out of college, I realised I was more interested in delivering good places than in detailing them up

WHAT WOULD MAKE WOMEN STAY? Support practices that offer flexible working. I also think it is useful to measure the proportion of female and male employees, directors/partners

ON CHILDREN Be clear about what you need. Recognise that your employer is a business and keep your colleagues with you

Place of study University of Plymouth
Current projects A masterplan for 950 homes, a school and a local centre north of Basingstoke
Clients Local authorities, London boroughs, CABE, the charitable sector
Featured project Enham village masterplan
Client Enham, a disability charity
Completed 2011
Budget £50 million approx
www.tibbalds.co.uk

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