Built Environment

The built environment is both where we live and how we live. How we shape ‘place’, how we regenerate buildings, neighbourhoods and communities in the Liverpool City Region is essential, especially with emerging socio-economic, technological and environmental trends that are influencing the built environment of the future.

With £600 billion of spending on infrastructure in the pipeline for the UK over the next ten years this not only offers large numbers of high skilled, well paid jobs, but the opportunity to shape how we live, work and connect over the coming decades.

With the current commitments to both reduce carbon release in construction and energy use of our buildings, we have created strategic partnerships across the construction sector, academia, business, local and national government and community organisations to ensure our city region is at the forefront of this investment path.

The LEP built environment board is providing strategic leadership with leading figures from a wide range of backgrounds and represent many different types of business, including construction, architecture, engineering, social enterprise and property development plus representation from universities and local authorities.
The board is chaired by Peter Grieve, Operations Director at Robertson North West.

Build Environment Board

Peter Grieve (Chair)

Robertson North West

Liam Kelly (Deputy Chair)

Make CIC & Baltic Triangle Area CIC

Prof Soumyen Bandyopadhyay

School of Architecture - University of Liverpool

Catherine Chilvers

Network Space

Charlie Chu

Walker Sime Limited

Tony Clark

Knowsley Council

Dawn Coward

Pad-20 Consultancy

Peter Fieldsend


James Flannery

Cunard Construction

Jo Hall

Riverside College

Sean Keyes

Sutcliffe Engineers & Surveyors

Prof Alexander Lord

University of Liverpool

Andy MacFarlane


Ged McNicholl


Adam Morgan

Studio RBA

Marc Nadim

Mott Macdonald

Stephen Okora

Bara Management

Susan Patterson

The Manufacturing Technology Centre

Kim Power


Prof Mike Riley

Liverpool John Moores University

Hazel Rounding


Beth Santangeli

Robertson North West

Sophie Sudworth

SP Energy Networks

Pete Swift