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Brian Waters

Brian Waters

Past President, Association of Consultant Architects (ACA)

LOGOBRIAN  WATERS  MA  DipArch(Cantab)    DipTP  RIBA  MRTPI  ppACA  FRSA  

BRIAN  is  principal  of  architects  and  planning  consultants  The  Boisot  Waters  Cohen  Partnership  (BWCP)  founded  in  1972.

   A  chartered  architect,  he  studied  atSt  John’s  College,  Cambridge;  a  chartered  town  planner,  he  studied  at  the  Polytechnic  of  Central  London.

   He  went  to  the  CityBRIAN  WATERS  MA  DipArch(Cantab)    DipTP  RIBA  MRTPI  ppACA  FRSA  BRIAN  is  principal  of  architects  and  planning  consultants  The  Boisot  Waters  Cohen  Partnership  (BWCP)  founded  in  1972.  

 A  chartered  architect,  he  studied  at St  John’s  College,  Cambridge;  a  chartered  town  planner,  he  studied  at  the  Polytechnic  of  Central  London.    He  went  to  the  City  of  London  School,  is  a  Freeman  of  the  City  of  London  and  a  founder  member  of  the  Worshipful  Company  of  Chartered  Architects  where  he  was  Master  in  2002.

 As  a  graduate  he  worked  for  the  City  of  London  Corporation,  as  a  housing  architect  at  the  GLC  and  with  Shankland/Cox  where  he  was  team  leader  for  the  Hampstead  Garden  Suburb  Conservation  Plan.  

 He  served  on  policy  groups  on  transport  and  London  regional  policy  under  Peter  Walker  and John  Boyd-Carpenter.

 He is  chairman  of  the  National  Planning  Forum  since  2011  and of  the  London  Planning  &  Development  Forum  since  1990.  Heis  joint  publishing  editor  of Planning  in  London,  its  journal.  Planning  in  London  won  Magazine  of  the  Year  (non  weekly)  2007  at  the  International  Building  Press  Awards  and  has  been  a  finalist  most  years  since  2006.

 He  was  the  private  sector  member  of  the  DCLG  steering  group  contributing  to  the  then  government’s  Killian-Pretty  review  of  planning  in  2009.  

He  was  elected  to  the  RIBA  Council  in  1987  and  was  elected  RIBA  Vice-President  Marketing  1988-90 and  again  for  1991-2. He  chaired  the  RIBA  National  Architecture  Conference  held  in  London  in  1991.

 He is  President  of  the  Association  of  Consultant  Architects  where  he was  elected  a  member  of  the  council  in  1997.  He  was  elected  president  of  the  Old  Citizens'  Association,  alumni  of  the  City  of  London  School  for  2005-06.  

He is  chairman  of  the  University  of  Cambridge  Land  Society  ‘Architecture,  Planning,  Engineering  and  Construction’  Forum.  He  has  been  a  committee  member  of  ESSA  (Edwardes  Square,  Scarsdale,  Abingdon  Conservation  Area)  since  2012  and in  2014  became  a  member  of  the  plan  drafting  group  of  the  Ham  &  Petersham  Neighbourhood  Forum.

 Brian  was  highly  commended  in  the  2007  London  Planning  Awards  for  'best  personal  contribution';  these  awards  are  made  by  the  Mayor,  London  First  and  the  RTPI. 

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