Adam Roake is a developer and an architect with over thirty-three years’ experience in mixed use urban development, including nine years as a main board director of Goldcrest Land Limited.
He was a CABE Enabler advising local authorities and project promoters on good design and ‘Building for Life’ quality considerations and he wasmember of the Whitstable Harbour Board.
Adam brings a strong understanding of the Custom and Self Build housing development model from a commercial perspective. His wider skills and experience include:
- extensive experience of the planning system; a detailed understanding of planning law and practice, including giving expert evidence on both development viability and sustainability as well as design issues at Public Inquiries;
- over thirty three years in practice as an architect with particular specialist knowledge in urban regeneration and residential led, mixed use development;
- eighteen years experience as a developer and architect delivering substantial high quality residential led schemes on brownfield land in London and the South East;
- close liaison with local community groups and a proven ability to accommodate their legitimate concerns and expectations within development proposals;
- an in-depth understanding of the issues facing commercial organisations involved in housing delivery and policy within London and the South East.
Jacqueline Tellinga is the Task Force’s first international expert. She believes firmly that people should be able to shape their own homes and living environments. Experience in the Netherlands has shown that once the initiative is relegated to local people, home building can create enormously diverse living environments. She has worked on Self Build-related projects for more than 10 years. As the project manager of the Homeruskwartier in Almere with 1,400 individual plots, she has been responsible for bringing forward the largest Self Build development in the Netherlands. From the development of the urban vision, helping galvanise political support and achieving consensus between stakeholders, through to practical implementation.
Jacqueline has been advisor to The Hague City Council on the establishment of a Custom and Self Build programme and is a member of the Dutch Government’s ExpertteamEigenbouw which advises municipalities nationally. Her latest project is the BouwEXPO Tiny Housing.
She is the author of various publications on how to protect the interests of individual citizens in the deregulation of planning and housing delivery and teaches at the University of Amsterdam.
Adam Broadway is a qualified town planner and has worked in the housing sector since 1987. He has held senior development and partnership director roles for 20 years, most recently with the Flagship Group. During his housing career he has delivered a range of new build housing and regeneration projects and brings practical experience in the design, procurement, and project management.
Adam is Managing Director of Instinctively Green Ltd and provides strategic sustainability advice to a range of businesses and has supported major masterplanning projects. Through Instinctively Green, Adam was the lead in setting up and delivering Cambridge’s first self commissioned Cohousing Project, k1. The 42 home development is now being constructed.
Adam has also delivered a number of stakeholder and public engagement exercises. These have included Design Enquiry, themed stakeholder workshops and public events, exhibitions and display material. Instinctively Green delivered the consultation strategy for the Bletchley Transport Strategy, stakeholder engagement as part of the Tamworth Climate Change Strategy production and with Taylor Young, the Woodford Aerodrome Design Enquiry.
Adam has experience of Board membership at national and local levels for charities, social housing and community organisations including the Urban Village project board and Crisis Trustee for 10 years.
He is a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and the Chartered Institute of Housing. Adam holds a BA (Hons) in Planning Studies and a Post Graduate Diploma in Planning from Oxford Brookes University.