Julie Plichon is an urban planner and designer with a focus on active travel and transport planning. She graduated in 2016 with an MSc in Urban Design and City Planning from the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL, and a MSc in Public Policy, Politics, Philosophy, Economics from Sciences Po Bordeaux, France in 2014.
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After working in various private practices she has worked as a public servant for the London Borough of Islington, first as an Inclusive Design Officer, and more recently, moved into a team leader role contributing to a programme called people-friendly streets, focusing on repurposing streets as places for people primarily through the implementation of School Streets and Low Traffic Neighbourhoods.
She is also part of the Young Urbanist Network for the Academy of Urbanism, and campaigns in her free time to improve cycling conditions for all in London.
Research Focus and Interests - walkability; cycle infrastructure; street design; street experiments; urban design.