William Beeston

Senior Urban Designer

William is an Urban Designer and has worked on many projects across London, most recently the Barbican and Golden Lane Area Strategy for the City of London. He has also contributed to projects at Hanover Square for Great Portland Estates, Covent Garden for CAPCO and the Soho Public Realm Study for Westminster City Council. William also has a particular knowledge of London’s cycling infrastructure and policy.

William studied architecture at London Metropolitan University and additionally trained in graphic communication at UWE Bristol. He is also part of a design-make collective that create urban interventions to challenge expectations of the city. Projects have included a vending machine for the Institute of Contemporary Art and a sound installation for the London Borough of Southwark.