Dee Haas is Chairman of CPRE Hampshire (The Campaign to Protect Rural England) and has been a Chartered Landscape Architect since qualifying in 1980. Having moved to Hampshire in 1993 she has balanced designing gardens (under her maiden name Dee Stamp) with family life. Dee is a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute.Dee has spent her career working and volunteering in the environmental sector. Appointments include Dartmoor National Park, Liverpool and The London Borough of Camden for four years. She has designed public projects, from transforming local parks and children’s play areas to social housing estates and schools.
Wanting to further develop community involvement methods, she then spent seven years working for a ‘not for profit’ Architecture, Landscape and Planning practice in London. As Vice Chair of London Wildlife Trust during the 1980s/90s she was involved with the establishment and running of Camley Street Natural Park and was part of a rapidly growing Wildlife Trust movement. Dee has also lectured in both Landscape and Architecture at Greenwich University and been an external examiner at Leeds Metropolitan University. She was also a judge on the Times/RIBA Community Enterprise Awards for several years. Throughout her career, Dee has been interested in the relationship between people and their environment, whether an urban community garden or the rolling hills of Hampshire.