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Transport+Urban Design CV

Ride On Instructor at work, Nelson NZ, 2013 March 7th
2016 Advocacy work for liveable cities and cycling

  • Co-chairing CAN Committee, carrying out executive and governance functions;
  • NextBike Ltd. Assisting delivery of Road User Workshops in Hamilton and Nelson. Working with bus drivers to boost road safety awareness and engage empathy for cyclists;
  • Research project for Nelson City Council into safety of cyclists sharing road space with heavy vehicles;
  • Organised & ran Retro Ride, a family fun event in Nelson celebrating cycle our excellent bike paths and reviving past decades when bike were everyday transport;
  • Assisting with bike fix-ups for Get Moving at Nelson and Tasman district events.;

2015 Resumption of advocacy work

  • Appointed CAN Interim Project Manager responsible for outreach to local groups around NZ, engagement at national political level, management of mass- and social media;
  • Volunteer work on Cycle Advocates’ Network national committee;
  • Cycle Skills training;
  • Organised Retro Ride family fun ride.

2014 Cycle Skills training; presented paper to VéloCity 2014 conference in Adelaide.

2013 Continued delivering Cycle Skills training to schools for Sport Tasman

2012 Qualified as Cycle Skills Instructor to NZQA standard; delivered Cycle Skills training for Sport Tasman

2012 Representative of Bike Nelson Bays, local chapter of Cyclists Advocates Network of New Zealand, on Nelson City Council’s Road Safety forum

2012 Represented Dublin Cycling Campaign on Volunteers of Cycling Advocacy (VOCA), an EU-funded multi-national knowledge-sharing network.

2009-12 Chaired Dublin Cycling Campaign

2011 Established Cyclemaps Ireland Ltd. to produce hard-copy maps for cyclists based on ‘Cheltenham Map‘ standards

2009 Commissioned, with Dublin Cycling Campaign, by Department of Transport to prepare report on cycling maps for Ireland.

2007 Commissioned for urban planning and design of Fingal Gateway, approximately 7-hectare site for mixed-use development

2005 Main St Office, Swords completed. Project included new pedestrian street creating cross-linkage in town centre

2003 Joined Dublin Cycling Campaign

1998 Established Will Andrews Design

1997 Work with OMS Architects on apartment projects, urban planning & feasibility studies for large sites in central Dublin

1991 Work with Andy Forrest, town planning consultant, San Francisco

1991 Work as cycling and motorcycle courier in San Francisco

1991 Graduation with uncompleted thesis project, ‘A Piece of City’, theoretical mixed-use building for central Dublin, built round an indoor market space.

1985 Begin architectural studies in UCD. Work on ‘Liffey Quays’ Project, progenitor of Group 91 initiative and historic Temple Bar urban regeneration in Dublin

1983- Started commuting by bicycle.

1975-85 Went to school in city-centre Dublin, commuting from rural countryside.  Back then, it wasn’t far!