Meet Jonny Anstead
He’s led the acquisition of two major sustainable development projects.
He’s helped people to influence the future of where they live.
He’s fluent in French and has lived in central Lyon and the Paris suburbs.
He’s a proud Brighton car club member.
In his spare time he sells Christmas trees.
He’s our in-house wormery expert.
Tell me more:
Jonny Anstead is Director of Beyond Green Developments and leads its work in appraising, acquiring and promoting sustainable development opportunities.
Since starting to explore sustainable development opportunities in 2006, Jonny has assembled two major development projects: Pincents Hill, where he led the acquisition of 52 acres in West Berkshire for a 750-home sustainable urban extension and North Norwich, where he is leading the assembly of 200 hectares of land in Norfolk in partnership with a number of landowners. He’s currently bringing forward a number of further development projects.
Before helping to establish Beyond Green Developments, Jonny worked on our consultancy projects after joining Beyond Green in 2005. He led a Design Enquiry into the options for the Scottish & Newcastle Brewery site in Newcastle for a private developer and the city council, managed the design process for of a zero-carbon primary school in London and ran a consultation exercise for the redevelopment of a holiday village in Cornwall.
He began his career in urban development and placemaking as a graduate working for destination strategists Locum Consulting, gaining experience of large-scale regeneration projects in Sheffield and Stoke-on-Trent.
MA (Cantab) Modern and Medieval languages, Cambridge University
Acquisition and promotion of 52 acres in West Berkshire for a 750-home sustainable urban extension – a leading example of integrated and applied sustainable development.
Overseeing the assembly of 200 hectares of land in Broadland, north of Norwich.
Capital & Counties
Commission for Architecture & the Built Environment
Department for Children, Schools & Families
GlaxoSmithKline Nutritional HealthcareUK
Leicester City Council
London Development Agency
Manchester City Council
Places for People Group
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
Swindon Borough Council
The Energy Saving Trust
West Sussex County Council