Colin Haylock is a Newcastle based architect-planner with over 40 years' experience. He is now running a specialist consultancy and a partner in a small architectural practice which works primarily in heritage and other sensitive environments.
He led a multi-disciplinary Environmental Design Team for Newcastle City Council for over ten years with work ranging from Grainger Town to Newcastle Great Park and the East Quayside redevelopment.
He was RTPI President in 2012 and since 2000 has been heavily involved in national work on planning and design through CABE and Design Council CABE.
He is a Visiting Professor and Lecturer at UCL, a Member of Historic England's Expert Advisory group and a Member of the Fabric Committee for Durham Cathedral. He has had past roles with Newcastle University, the London Mayor's Design Advisory Group and the Planning Committee for the Old Oak and Park Royal Mayoral Development Corporation.