/  Joanna Averley
Joanna Averley, Chief Planner, DLUHC

Joanna Averley

Chief Planner, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities,

Joanna Averley took up the role of Chief Planner at MHCLG in September 2020. She is a town planner with 30 years of experience working across government, major projects and local authorities. She has been involved in all aspects of planning research, policy, practice and project delivery.  Prior to this role, she was at HS2 where she led how the railway interfaces with its context with plan-making and consenting processes.  Until taking up the role of Chief Planner she was a London Mayor’s Design Advocate and Chair of the London Borough of Wandsworth’s Design Review Panel. Joanna has worked on major regeneration and master planning projects from Manchester City Centre to the London Olympics. Joanna has held a number of senior roles as Senior Manager for Growth and Development for Crossrail 2 at TfL, Deputy CEO and Director of Design and Planning Advice of CABE, CEO of Centre for Cities, CEO of LandAid and Director of Design for the Olympic Delivery Authority. Joanna has held a number of non-executive roles including Trustee of MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology). .

All Sessions By Joanna Averley

Chief Planners panel – Delivering on planning reform
10 November 2023 10:15 - 11:15
BCEC Conference room