Lucy is a Senior Consultant at Volterra, with specialist knowledge of quantifying the impacts of developments on the local area. She has worked on a number of projects in economic modelling, policy research and development, planning areas in economic impact studies, and health impact assessments.
Projects include the Health Impact Assessment of Battersea Power Station, and she is currently working on the health impact of London Paramount, a major theme park proposed in North Kent. Other healthcare sector projects includes a report for EMC quantifying the potential gains to the NHS of better use of technology.
She is also a named author on a paper ‘The effectiveness gap in COPD: a mixed methods international study’ which looked at international comparison for the treatment of COPD within primary care.
Projects quantifying the impacts of developments on the local area include Nova scheme in Victoria, Cherry Park in Newham – a major mixed use scheme at the old Foyles building in Soho, and the approved London Peninsula hotel at 1-5 Grosvenor Place.
Lucy holds a BA Honors Degree in Economics and Management from the University of Oxford.