Andy Harris joined John McAslan + Partners in 2010 and leads the practice's Landscape and Urban Design Studio.
He has over 25 years' experience designing and delivering masterplanning, urban design and public realm schemes in the UK and internationally.
Andy has worked at a variety of scales and within a diverse range of sectors that include infrastructure, residential, cultural, commercial, education and conservation. He has significant experience in leading complex streetscape, urban design and regeneration projects and is particularly passionate about championing the transformation of our urban highways into greener and more environmentally responsive places that prioritise pedestrians, cyclists, biodiversity and sustainable water management.
Andy's recent and ongoing work for the practice includes the £45m transformation of Sloane Street in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; the £25m design and regeneration of the iconic George Square (and surrounding streets) in Glasgow for Glasgow City Council; and the Belfast Hub Masterplan and Urban Design Strategy for Translink. Recently completed smaller-scale projects include the award-winning re-design of the Grade A listed Burrell Museum landscape in Pollok Park, Glasgow, and the SUDS and ecologically inspired design for the British Museum’s Archaeological Research Centre near Reading.
Andy also plays a key role in practice management and is a member of the Senior Management Team, responsible for day-to-day operations at JMP.