Sophie Camburn

Sophie Camburn


  • UKIMEA Advisory Services Leader

Sophie leads our Advisory Services for the UKIMEA region and is based in Bristol.

She advises local government and private sector clients on a wide range of topics, including mixed-use masterplanning and design, housing, mobility and sustainable development. Passionate about making inclusive places that embed the UN SDGs at their core, Sophie is an advocate of social value as an outcome of meaningful stakeholder engagement and design integration to deliver resilience and delight to communities.

Sophie has more than 20 years’ experience in creating designs that deliver benefits for people, places and the environment, and brings an understanding of social, economic and spatial aspects to her work. From regeneration to masterplanning, she led the Bristol City Council Strategic Partnership for Arup and has been involved on complex, multi-disciplinary projects including Ebury Estate Renewal in London and Hendre Lakes in Cardiff.

Sophie is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She is also a qualified architect by St John’s College, Cambridge.