Rebekah Jubb

Partner BSc(Hons) MATP MRTPI

With over 20 years of planning experience in both local authority and the private sector, Rebekah Jubb is a Partner at Bell Cornwell; managing business operations as well as leading our team of Chartered Town Planners.

Rebekah has experience across the country having worked at local authorities in Sussex and Hertfordshire, providing a good mix of urban and rural planning issues before moving to the private sector with a large multi-disciplinary consultancy, which gave her exposure to bigger projects. In 2004 she sought out Bell Cornwell for its specialist focus on planning and now distributes her time across our offices in Hampshire, London and Buckinghamshire.

Rebekah’s extensive portfolio of commercial and residential clients cover a huge variety of proposals, from householder to mixed-use developments, reflecting the broad cross-section of work we do as a practice. She has been retained by a number of national developers and has a proven track record of successfully delivering planning permissions for complex projects and helping clients achieve their objectives. Rebekah has expertise in development management; she enjoys working alongside many specialist consultants, unpicking difficult projects, navigating a way through and bringing it all together to negotiate a solution.

Rebekah has always wanted to be involved in what is built where; how development can influence people’s behaviour and the way we interact with each other. Her interest in human geography combined with a passion for architecture and experiencing well designed places led her to pursue a career in planning. After gaining her degree at Durham University in Geography, she began planning for the public sector. Whilst working she studied for her RTPI accredited masters degree with Westminster University and became a member of the institute in 2003.

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