Roberta Chu


Senior Chartered Landscape Architect

Roberta is a Chartered Landscape Architect with an interest in sustainable urban development in high-density environments. Her interest has been developed through international experience in commercial and residential projects.

She joined HTA in 2019 and has been heavily involved in a number of notable projects since. Her involvement has ranged from planning to implementation stages of projects, including South Quay Plaza and TwelveTrees Park with Berkeley Homes.

Roberta’s knowledge in BIM also helps her to elevate the BIM competency within the landscape team. She has become a key team member in delivering BIM related projects through various work stage.

Before joining HTA in 2019, Roberta has worked at Gillespies and PRP in London with a diverse portfolio in urban regeneration schemes both locally and internationally. At Gillespies, Roberta took an active role in leading the public realm design of Elephant and Castle Town Centre Development. She was also involved in steering and coordinating the competition of a high-profile masterplanning competition for King Salman Park in Saudi Arabia.

Roberta began her career at PRP, gaining extensive experiences in delivering urban regeneration schemes. A notable project was her involvement in High Path, which was awarded with Urban Design and Masterplanning award by the Landscape Institute.

Roberta has been taking a leading role in the delivery of South Quay Plaza at construction stage. The development includes ground floor public realm and private terraces on one of the prominent towers in the London Skyline. She has been actively coordinating and providing day-to-day support to the client and design team to ensure the quality of design is maintained at a high standard.

Roberta is also involved in the delivery of BIM level 2 technical design for the Phase 1 of TwelveTrees Park in Westham as well as a new public realm scheme in Woolwich.

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