Prior to setting up EW&A Ed led high profile projects that have transformed London’s urban landscape. Working with Argent at Kings Cross and securing the arrival of the Francis Crick Institute to the area and culminating in the investment of £1 billion by Google in its new offices.
He also headed-up Camden’s own development programme, the Community Investment Programme and set up the Euston Strategic Board generating the principles for wider regeneration of Euston linked to the arrival of HS2. Moving to Westminster City Council he established a sustainable place based approach to managing change and development and headed-up the high profile West End Partnership. At EW&A clients include Arup, Stories, Linkcity/Bouygues, Moorfields Eye Hospital, Urban Space Management and British Land.