Sarah Touzeau


020 7467 1470

I am a qualified architect with over 10 years’ experience. After studying architecture at the University of Nottingham, I returned to Guernsey, where I grew up, and qualified as a UK registered architect. Prior to joining LDA, I  worked for several award-winning AJ100 firms across a diverse range of project scales and typologies.

My experience includes strategic masterplanning, creating new, characterful and sustainable communities. I’m currently working on a wide range of projects – from developing placemaking strategies in London to visions and outline planning applications for strategic development sites across the UK. I am leading the regeneration of several MOD Estates, unlocking the future potential of brownfield sites through creative and collaborative thinking.

In my spare time, I can be found on the netball or tennis courts and hunting down the best gluten-free food in London.


My favourite walk is …

From my parents' house in Guernsey to the local pub at sunset – across the white sandy beach. There is nothing more relaxing.

The last book I read was …

'A Year of Yes' by Shona Rhimes. An eye-opening memoir by one of TV’s most powerful personalities and her struggle with imposter syndrome. Not just for avid fans of Grey’s Anatomy!

If you could change one thing about your local high street …

Improved cycle infrastructure and street planting. As a slightly nervous London cyclist who took to the roads in the pandemic, my local high street is the most terrifying part of any journey – and a noted spot for accidents. Pedestrian and cycle focussed centres can help revive high streets and my new perspective has shown me the importance of planning for cyclists within masterplans of all scales.

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