Anthony Probert

Project Manager – Sustainable Places

Anthony is a built environment and green engineering specialist and heads up our Brighton office as part of our Sustainable Places team.

A specialist in developing sustainability plans for large built environment projects, Anthony works with businesses, developers and local authorities to plan and deliver green initiatives. In 2014, Anthony produced sustainability plans for large urban extensions to two of Finland’s biggest cities, Helsinki and Jyvaskyla. In 2013, he assisted Brighton & Hove City Council in developing the city’s sustainability action plan and now, working from our Brighton office, he supports its delivery.

Between 2012 and 2014, Anthony managed the £1.4m Heart of Hackbridge regeneration project which has helped create a thriving, sustainable local centre in Hackbridge by improving the public realm and helping businesses to attract more custom and reduce their environmental impact.

Anthony’s background is in sustainable construction. Before joining Bioregional, Anthony worked as a sustainability consultant with Phlorum, an environmental consultancy in Brighton. He led a Knowledge Transfer Partnership project developing a tool that evaluates the life-cycle carbon emissions of construction projects, now used by Brighton & Hove City Council’s planning department.

Anthony has a BSc with Honours in Human Geography from the University of Reading, an MSc in Sustainability of the Built Environment from the University of Brighton, and a Level 5 Diploma in Project Management. Away from work, Anthony enjoys playing music, cycling and socialising, although not always at the same time.

Anthony.Probert@bioregional.com

Blog posts by Anthony Probert

Sustainable fit-out at Nando’s new restaurant is a recipe for success

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From smoking to seatbelts: why behaviour change is possible

When you’re in the throes of trying to drive sustainable Read More

Policy under the spotlight: London’s Zero-Carbon Homes

From 1 October, new homes in London are expected to Read More