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Katerina Isaia


Katerina is an Urban Planner at Prior + Partners, working towards chartered membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). Prior to joining the team, Katerina was employed by Islington Council, working in the Developer Obligations team. As a Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy officer she monitored the receipts of financial and non-financial development contributions to the Council and collaborated with ward Councillors in allocating funds for the delivery of community infrastructure projects. 

Katerina holds an MSc degree in International Urban Planning from The Bartlett School of Planning at University College London, and a BSc in Finance and Accounting from the University of Bath. She has over two years of experience in planning, finance and consulting roles working in the UK, Germany and the United Arab Emirates. 

North Essex Garden Communities, Essex

Katerina is an urban planner on the NEGC masterplan. Prior + Partners are leading a wider consortium to advance the masterplanning and delivery of new communities at Colchester Braintree Borders and Colchester Tendring Borders. Combined, the two new communities could deliver up to approximately 34,000 new homes which rises to 43,000 with the inclusion of West of Braintree. Committing to an ‘infrastructure led’ approach, Prior + Partners will have an active role in determining how the developments are designed, planned, phased, and returning investment back into the local communities.

Regis Road Feasibility Study, London

Katerina is an urban planner on the Regis Road feasibility study. On behalf of Asphaltic Land, Bideford Ventures and Argent Foods, as a joint client group, Prior + Partners are commissioned to prepare a feasibility study for the Regis Road site in Kentish Town, Camden. The  feasibility report will detail the first steps in designing a comprehensive redevelopment of the entire Regis Road site. The aim is for this report to be used as a catalyst to drive forward this development opportunity in a comprehensive manner.

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