Annie Hampson MRTPI has been honoured by the Queen in this year’s New Year’s Honours, receiving an Order of the British Empire.
She is among eleven members of the profession honoured for their services to planning, housing, infrastructure, transport and the environment.
The Institute congratulates:
- Annie Hampson MRTPI, Chief Planning Officer and Development Director, City of London Corporation. For services to Planning in London
- Michael John Barratt, Development Impact Assessment Lead, TfL. For services to Transport
- Josephine Catherine Boaden, Chief Executive, Northern Housing Consortium. For services to Housing Providers in the North of England
- David George Harmer Buttery, Lately Deputy Director, High Speed Rail Legislation and Environment, Department for Transport. For services to Transport
- Stephen William Howlett, Group Chief Executive, Peabody. For services to Housing
- Nora Dillon for services to Affordable Housing, Credit Management and the community in Rutherglen and Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire
- Professor Gerard Patrick Parr for services to Developing Telecoms Infrastructure in Northern Ireland
- Dr David Prout, Lately Director General, HS2. For services to Transport
- Andrew Ogilvie Robertson OBE, Chairman, LAR Housing Trust. For services to Veterans, Healthcare and Affordable Housing in Glasgow and the West of Scotland
- Jonathan William Spencer, Head of Planning and Environment, Forest Enterprise England. For services to Woodlands, Nature Conservation and the Environment
- Marc Ferdinand Vlessing, Chief Executive Officer, Pocket Living. For services to Housing Delivery
Read the full list of Honours.