Camilla qualified as a general practice Chartered Surveyor in 2002 specialising in landlord and tenant and property management work for private and institutional clients. Camilla then moved to the public sector from which she brings 20 years of experience working with Cambridgeshire County Council where she was responsible for the Highway and Definitive Map Team services.
Camilla specialises in all areas of highway, public rights of way (Definitive Map) and public access records matters, including highway records management and the interaction between the List of Streets and the Definitive Map. She advises on all types of public rights of way (PRoW) legal order processes such as public path orders, definitive map modification orders, and s116 Highways Act 1980 stopping up orders.
Camilla has a wealth of expertise in advising clients on complex development sites involving PRoW and public access opportunities, seeking to obtain the best outcomes for both developers and local communities. She also advises on PRoW and highway boundary related elements of Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects (NSIPs) including DCOs and TWAOs and the negotiation of associated s106 and side agreements. Her experience includes providing expert representation at hearings. Camilla has worked with Network Rail and Highways England on major transport schemes including the new A14 and A428.
She also has experience in CON29 property searches (highway/PRoW questions) and commons/town and village green matters.
Camilla has a particular interest in helping clients to resolve highway and public rights of way (PRoW) boundary disputes. She has contributed to the RICS Procedures for boundary identification, demarcation and resolution.
Camilla is highly thought of in her specialist area and has received compliments from a wide range of professionals. She enjoys working independently but is also a strong collaborator.