Rebecca Frost

About Us

Rebecca Frost


A Senior Urban Designer, Rebecca joined JTP’s London Studio in July 2013. She studied City and Regional Planning at Cardiff University which included a year out working for the Scottish Government’s Built Environment Directorate, and an Urban Design Masters at Newcastle University. Rebecca qualified as a Chartered Town Planner in September 2015.

Her experience includes working at the Scottish Government as a planner assisting in writing planning policy regarding permitted development rights, presented research to the Heads of Planning as well as attending design charrettes across Scotland. She has also worked for Architecture & Design Scotland’s Sustainability team in Glasgow researching and organising events and exhibitions.

At JTP, Rebecca focuses on residential-led urban extensions in the UK, working on various aspects of the design process from concept design and community engagement through to outline planning applications and design coding. She has worked on a number of masterplanning projects including an urban extension of up to 2,350 homes at Chesterton, Cirencester, and the submission of an outline planning application for 1,000 homes at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol.

In addition, Rebecca has led the development of Design Codes (site-wide and subsequent residential phases) for a new village comprising 1,200 homes at the Princess Royal Barracks in Deepcut, as well as a site wide Design Code for Chesterton.

In her spare time she enjoys exploring new cities, walking, netball and eating out.