Ellie is a partner at Volterra, leading the company’s Development and Planning projects. She holds a degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Cambridge.
Recent and on-going projects include:
Providing the economic case for Grosvenor and Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotel’s bid to develop a unique luxury hotel at 1-5 Grosvenor place on Hyde Park Corner.
Providing the Economic Report for Great Western Developments Ltd.’s application to redevelop former Royal Mail Sorting Office and Post Office next to Paddington Station into a major mixed use development – Paddington Quarter.
Working with a number of key stakeholders and landowners, including New West End Company, Derwent and Grosvenor, to produce a vision for Oxford Street to understand how well the area is performing relative to other parts of London and international shopping districts and determine what an ambitious physical, economic and environmental vision might look like.
Responsible for the Socio-Economics chapter of the Environmental Statement, as well as preparing a stand-alone Health Impact Assessment and Open Space Strategy for one of the largest development projects in London in recent years – the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.
Leading on work for LRCH on a proposal for a major leisure resort in North Kent. The proposal is the first commercial project to be granted NSIP (Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project) status by the Planning Inspectorate. London Paramount is expected to attract up to 15 million visitors a year. Volterra is authoring the Socio-economic chapter, the Employment and Skills Strategy and the Economic and Regeneration Statement.
Leading work for Sheffield to make the case for a city centre service on High Speed Two due to the economic benefits this would have
Producing and providing user training for a spreadsheet based employment forecasting model for the GLA that forecasts employment across 12 different sector and 33 London boroughs.
Estimating the impacts of Westfield’s Stratford City development in terms of job creation, economic output and return on taxpayer investment.
Ellie is an active member of her community in New Malden including recently being appointed as Governor for Burlington Infants and Nursery School, where she is on their Resources Committee.