Workshop: Towards the 2026 Urbanism Manifesto – Day Two @ 14:00
Victoria Pinoncély is Research Officer at the Royal Town Planning Institute. Her writing and research interests include the role of places in contributing positively to social issues such as health, ageing or poverty. Most recently she authored a report on the need to consider place-based factors in order to address poverty and inequality.
Previously, she was consultant in infrastructure, economics and planning at AECOM, working on projects in the UK including High Speed 2 and the Olympic Park. Victoria started her career as a researcher for LSE Cities, where her work focused on the impact of urban living on health and wellbeing.