Liane Hartley is a PRINCE2 Project Manager and a planner by profession. She has over 10 years experience working in the public and private sectors on economic development, corporate social responsibility and social sustainability.

Her work has included writing a number of high-level policy strategies for central and regional government and evaluation of a number of national regeneration funding programmes whilst working for one of the government’s flagship regeneration partnerships, Thames Gateway London Partnership. In 2005 she wrote the Thames Gateway Theme Guide to Designing Safer Communities which was funded by the UK Home Office and is recognised as best practice.

She combines extensive knowledge of the UK planning system, community safety, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), social sustainability & equality issues and urban and design policy with practical planning and strategy development skills.

Previous selected projects:
  • Delivered the CSR module of the Business Wise accredited course in partnership with Salford University on behalf of Capita Symonds.
  • Delivered research paper on the appraisal techniques for establishing the social impacts of Mega Urban Transport Projects for the OMEGA programme in partnership with UCL
  • Expert Witness and drafted a Proof of Evidence and economic analysis of the business case for a Public Inquiry into a new development in Ty Mawr for Isle of Anglesey County Council
  • CSR advice and a sustainable funding strategy for Swiss Cottage Special School
  • Designed the “Community Safety Statement” tool for the development of NoHo Square, Westminster
  • Response to Call for Evidence from DCLG to review Government housing policy response  to the credit crunch  on behalf of Thames Gateway London Partnership
  • New Cross Gate NDC Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design project
  • Researched appropriate measures to tackle Business Crime and the establishment of a Business Crime Partnership for LB Barking & Dagenham