Cam Wallace

Since 2008, Cam has worked as an urban designer and planner across the public and private sectors in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. His current work covers the full spectrum of urban design and strategic planning related projects, emphasising strategic spatial planning, spatial analysis, structure planning, and the development of urban design policy as part of District Plan reviews across New Zealand. He also has a strong interest in land-use/transport integration, including the role that accessibility analyses can have in supporting councils to meet their obligations under the National Policy Statement on Urban Development 2020.


Before joining B&A in November 2018, Cam spent over three years working as a Planner and then Principal City Planner for Transport for London and provided planning advice on major rail and housing schemes across London. Before his time in London, Cam worked as a planner and urban designer at a large multi-disciplinary consultancy in Auckland, providing advice to institutional and public sector organisations. Cam holds a Master of Urban Design (Hons 1st Class) and Bachelor of Planning (Hons 1st Class) from the University of Auckland and has been a Full Member of the New Zealand Planning Institute since 2014.

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