Former PRP has been in role for two years
Former PRP boss Andy Von Bradsky is set to step down from his role as the government’s head of architecture.
In an email seen by Building, Von Bradsky, who was bought into the £60,000 a year in-house role in 2019, confirmed he will leave on 23 July.
Prior to this, the former PRP boss worked for the housing department as a consultant for three years.
Building understands the department will advertise for a replacement in the next few weeks, with the successful candidate working under the direction of chief planner Joanna Averley.
Von Bradsky said he was leaving to “pursue other areas of interest” adding that now was an appropriate time to step down because the national model design code, national design guide as well as other design related guidance on initiatives such as estate regeneration and Home of 2030 had been completed.