Andrew Thomson has over 25 years’ experience as a designer and Chartered Landscape Architect. He is the Landscape Architectural lead on Peel’s multi-phased Wirral Waters Dockland development, including the RIBA National Award-winning Wirral Metropolitan College.
Joining in 1993, he became a Director in July 2008. He and his family live in Liverpool and he is a visiting Lecturer and Guest Critic at Leeds Met, Liverpool & Manchester Met. Universities
A creative innovator in community engagement and social inclusion, his collaborative ‘Face of Liverpool’ scheme in 2006 gaining The Best National Community Project & President’s Grand Prix Award. Recently his work with the Rotunda Community College in North Liverpool has won the Landscape Institutes’ top design award and the NW Echo Environment Award for helping to create a new thriving community landscape on an area of derelict land.
Andrew has been directly involved in designing and delivering numerous environmentally and socially conscious, sustainable projects, including the Glade of Light memorial garden to the victims of the May 2017 bombing at Manchester Arena, recently opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to national acclaim.
He is a selected panel member on the CABE affiliated Places Matter! Design Review panel for RIBA North.