Rachna Leveque

Rachna Lévêque is a Recognised Urban Design Practitioner with global experience in place-making and strategic planning. Working at the core of international multi-disciplinary teams, Rachna has worked across urban design, policy and strategy. She has developed masterplans, formulated design guidelines, designed and delivered collaborative workshops, and led feasibility studies on various urban plans, projects and programmes. She is passionate about places for people and an advocate for living streets.

Rachna is currently a Public Practice Associate and Programme Manager for Strategic Sites at the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning service, where she is leading on developing a coordinated system to drive the delivery of strategic planning applications and enabling service-wide improvements. 

Rachna also teaches at the Bartlett School of Planning and has recently completed her doctoral thesis in Urban Sustainability and Resilience.

Job Title
Programme Manager Strategic Sites
Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service

MRes Urban Sustainability and Resilience

MSc Advanced Architectural Studies

Bachelor of Architecture.

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East Anglia
London and South East