Kate is a founding Director of Ingham Pinnock Associates. She has over 10 years experience with leading consulting businesses in the built environment sector working on high profile regeneration and economic development projects.
Kate has worked on innovative projects throughout the UK and overseas. Her track record ranges from providing research and advice on initial concepts, through strategy design, detailed feasibility analysis and project implementation.
Kate specialises in working with complex and diverse client groups and is expert in helping them to identify practical and deliverable solutions. Her rigour, integrity and exceptionally high standards are valued by clients and fellow professionals.
Kate has a particular interest and strong track record of working with heritage assets. She has worked with Scheduled Ancient Monuments, Listed Buildings, conservation areas, registered parkland and historic town centres. She has a particular interest in creating spatial interventions that facilitate regeneration and economic growth. She also enjoys identifying sensitive but sustainable solutions for heritage assets whilst ensuring contemporary design is utilised where possible.
Kate has been invited to speak at a variety of events such as the RTPI Positive Conservation in Action 2014 conference. She has also judged the Neighbourhood Planning category of the 2012 Landscape Institute Awards and the Strategic Landscape Planning category of the 2011 awards. Kate has written articles for several publications including; English Heritage, Planning, Landscape and Local Government News. She has also managed the delivery of a project that won a BALI award, Heritage and Museum award and was runner up in the MKSM Excellence awards.
Kate is a Member of the Institute of Economic Development, an Associate Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and a Licentiate member of the Landscape Institute.
Ross is a founding Director of Ingham Pinnock Associates. He is a highly experienced regeneration and economic development professional having worked previously at Urban Delivery, GVA Grimley and SQW. Over the last 10 years Ross has directed, managed and contributed to over 100 challenging consultancy projects at a range of scales from the national, regional and sub-regional; County and District; neighbourhood and site specific. Many of these projects have gone on to win awards and recognition as industry best practice.
Ross’ project experience covers early stage visioning, strategy and appraisal to feasibility, process management, procurement, implementation and evaluation. His clients have ranged from private sector developers and landowners to public agencies including FE and HE institutions, Local Authorities, Local Economic Partnerships, Urban Regeneration and Development Corporations and the Homes and Communities Agency.
Ross specialises in work that combines the challenges of strategic property issues, economic development and developing public – private relationships. He also has particular skills in providing leadership and executive level support.
Through a strong track record of delivering exemplar projects Ross has built a respected personal and professional reputation amongst clients and leading industry figures and helped to create a successful, innovative and profitable young business.
Ross’ achievements include invitations to attend policy roundtable events with other leading professionals for Public Finance / CIPFA and the Local Government Association, regularly publishing articles on regeneration and economic development for Local Government News and Public Finance and contributing to occasional publications such as the 2011 English Heritage best practice guide on development in Conservation Areas and 2011 Landscape Institute publication to mark the Government’s launch of the Green Infrastructure Partnership. Ross also regularly presents at international and national conferences for the RTPI, Landscape Institute, business and community groups.
Ross is a Member of the Institute of Economic Development, an Associate Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute, a Member of the Cambridge University Land Society and a mentor for University of Cambridge Land Economy post graduates.