Lee provides urban regeneration, urban design, and communications advice to developers, architects, local authorities and urban regeneration agencies in London and the UK. He has a cross-disciplinary set of perspectives from 35 years’ experience in property development, urban design, regeneration, architecture, planning and communications. He originally qualified as a chartered surveyor helping Hammersmith & Fulham manage its property portfolio before becoming a property and architecture journalist, editing Estates Times (now Property Week) and Building Design. He was deputy MD of built environment communications agency Wordsearch, before establishing his own property company Transformer Properties of which he remains a non-exec’ director. Since 2004 he has worked as an urban regeneration consultant on a wide range of London and regional regeneration projects and initiatives. He is consultant editor to London Planning Analyst and co-publisher and editor of Planning in London magazine. He owned and edited Westminster and City Planning newsletters before helping establish London Planning Analyst. He is a member of Newham and Islington Design Review Panels and visiting lecturer at London Metropolitan University’s CASS school of art, architecture and urban design.