Victoria Ellenbogen

Since joining the Planit team in February 2013 Victoria has become a valued member. Her background in art and design brings a creative and dynamic approach to her work. On her gap year, Victoria gained experience in detailed design and construction information, working with both the public and private sector in the UK and overseas.

Victoria is involved with a wide range of projects including several schemes in the education sector and a number of large scale public realm projects such as Beswick, Archbishop Beck and Moneystone Quarry.

Victoria is currently working towards her chartership.


Johannes Dobrat

Johannes joined Planit in 2010 having previously worked at Camlin Lonsdale in Marsden and in Irene Lohaus Peter Carl in Hanover. He has over 10 years of experience in landscape design in England and Germany – primarily public realm and regeneration projects. Johannes is particularly accomplished in detail design and is currently working towards his chartership.


Matthew Stirton

Matt joined Planit in 2009 after graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with distinction earlier that year. He has since developed into an important member of the team working on a range of education and large scale leisure sector projects. Matt’s fine art background provides a creative and conceptual element to his approach, which he combines with a strong understanding of construction and eye for detailed design.


Pete Robinson

Pete joined our London studio having graduating from the University of Sheffield with distinction, and won the Landscape Institute Yorkshire Branch prize for best portfolio. During his year out, he worked on a variety of public and private projects in both the UK and overseas focusing on detailed design and construction information.


Will Smith

Will joined Planit in summer 2013. He is motivated by the challenge of promoting new ideas, passionate about place making, and believes that prosperity can be brought through better design. Will is particularly interested in how landscape architecture interacts with other design and regeneration disciplines to create schemes of real value and contextual appreciation.


Sarah Fox

Sarah joined Planit in 2007, having previously worked at EDAW (AECOM) and Gillespies.  Working as a Landscape Architect and Urban Designer, on a wide range of projects from strategic framework through to site delivery.  Sarah has particular experience in residential streetscape design, educational projects, public realm design, masterplanning and urban regeneration schemes.


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