Andy Stevens has a Diploma in Town and Country Planning and is a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Andy has worked in the Town Planning field for 39 years, in both the public and private sector. He worked in local government for 10 years before taking up employment in private practice, initially in Kent and subsequently in Cambridge and Oxford, where he spent a total of six years as director in the regional planning offices of a major international Property Consultancy. He founded ASP in 1998.
Steve has 30 years’ experience in development management and spatial policy. After obtaining his degree in Urban Planning Studies and post-graduate Diploma in Urban Planning Implementation from what is now the University of Westminster, he was employed at the London Borough of Bromley in 1986 where he was based until 1989. He then moved to Maidstone Borough Council until 2001. In 2001, he went overseas on a placement with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) working for the Amhara Regional State Government Bureau of Public Works and Urban Development in Bahir Dar Ethiopia as a Town Planner for two years until 2003. He returned to Maidstone Borough Council in 2003 as a Senior then Principal Planning Officer; working in Development Management and latterly Spatial Policy. He Joined ASP in September 2016. He enjoys singing and is a member of the Rochester Choral Society
Christine completed her masters in ‘Urban and Regional Planning’ at The University of Birmingham. She joined ASP in September 2014. Prior to this she spent 7 months working for Brighton & Hove City Council. Outside of work Christine enjoys spending time with family and friends and exploring new places.
Shannon joined ASP in October 2018. She obtained a BA Human Geography degree from University College London in 2016 and subsequently attended the Bartlett School of Planning where she completed her masters in Spatial Planning. Outside of work she enjoys travelling, exploring new places and photography.