Hazel is an experienced planning practitioner and environmental management specialist. She has worked for both central government and local authorities in senior roles as well as private companies acting on behalf of clients in development project related matters. Hazel has taught environmental law and management, planning and practice and foundation law subjects at HNC, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She is currently supervising doctoral theses concerning the regulation and implementation of green and blue infrastructure. She is also writing a book provisionally entitled “A Practical Guide to Agricultural Diversification and Planning in England” which is expected to be published in April 2024 by Law Brief Publishing.
Critical Friend, Interim Environmental Protection Assessor for Wales Secretariat (IEPAW), Environmental Governance Team.
Advisor on Public Space, City Space Architecture http://www.cityspacearchitecture.org/?w=weblog 2021, 2022 Judge, Engineering panel, The Global Undergraduate Awards, Dublin. www.undergraduateawards.com
Visiting Lecturer in Law, Kuwait International law School (KILAW) (March 25 – April 2, 2019). Delivered teaching in International Environmental Law, EU law and Brexit and constitutional law and devolution.
Visiting Fellow, Saint Petersburg State University, Centre for Architecture and Civil Engineering (September 2018)