Finlay McNab

Finlay is an urbanist specialising in collaborative design, public realm and liveability.

He founded his practice Streets Reimagined Ltd in 2015, offering a creative and human-centred approach to design, research and engagement for the urban realm. Prior to this, Finlay held a senior position at the sustainable transport charity Sustrans, where he led a national programme of work empowering communities to reimagine streets as more sociable and liveable places.

Recent project have included a community-led master plan for the Southmead community of Bristol and a research project looking at the public use of space for the University of Bristol to inform the emerging master plan for the proposed Temple Quarter Campus. 

Finlay is also a Built Environment Expert for The Design Council CABE,  a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University and regularly undertakes public speaking in the field of liveability and human-centred design. Additionally, he supports educational initiatives with young people through his association with the Bristol Architecture Centre, most recently running a model making workshop with school children to re-design their neighbourhood.

 Urban Design Group Recognised Practitioner
Job Title
Director
Organisation
Streets Reimagined Ltd.
Qualifications

MA Urban Design

Region

International Urban Design Organisations
London and South East
South West
Wales
West Midlands