Chief Transport Planner,London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
Nick joined Hammersmith & Fulham Council in 2002 as a graduate transport planner following two years working in the private sector. He has worked on a number of high profile development projects since including the first Westfield Shopping Centre in London and more recently on a number of London Plan Opportunity Areas including Old Oak the largest in the capital. He took a year out in 2012 to be the Council's Olympic Programme Manager, as well as a Gamesmaker, and is currently working on a tunnel replacement for the Hammersmith Flyover. Having gained his TPP in 2013 he is now a mentor for the qualification and enjoys working with young professionals in the industry. He sits on the Transportation Professional Panel.
Inside Sales Coordinator, Jacobs
Stelios is currently a member of the Jacobs’ Sales & Innovation team after working as a Transport Planner for the London Olympics and Jacobs for the last six years. He provides strategic advice to Jacobs’ clients, with regards to innovation and planning for Autonomous Vehicles.
Stelios’ academic background includes transport and urban planning after graduating from the London School of Economics and Westminster University. Stelios is a transport generalist with a passion for technology, especially Autonomous Vehicle technology and how it impacts on cities. Stelios has written articles and presented at conferences and universities on this topic. The aim is to inform and educate new generations of transport professionals on the disruption this technology will bring.
He is a forward looking individual with a keen eye for the bigger picture, especially with regards to the interaction of urban and transport planning with technology. Stelios is currently Vice Chair of the Greater London Region and has been a member of the CIHT for the past seven years.
Engineer, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
Ross Corben has worked for Westminster City Council's term traffic and transportation consultants since February 2003. He continues to work on a variety of transport schemes including streetscape improvements, parking, traffic management (safety), and cycling studies. Previous experience has included cycling work for the Corporation of the City of London, Transport for London and for the London Borough of Lewisham and a short period at the London Borough of Harringey after graduating with an MSc from Imperial College in 2002. He has been a member of the CIHT since 2004 and has sat on the Greater London Branch Committee since 2008.
Design Engineer, Motion
Georges has over 5 years’ experience working on site and consultancy, within the public and private sectors. Georges is currently employed as a design engineer, working for transport planning, civils and infrastructure design company, Motion, in their Guildford office. Georges specialises in infrastructure design within areas of flood risk, as well as flood risk modelling, mitigations and resistance / resilience. Additionally, Georges undertakes engineering projects associated with the design of highways as well as hydraulic structures.
Georges is a member of multiple institutes and is very active within the engineering society. He regularly attends events and talks held by the individual institutes, as well as organising events with the CIHT. Outside of work, Georges is completing an Msc in Structural Design, and is interested in topics such as contamination and contaminated land remediation, substructure and seismic design, construction law and contracts."
Head of Technical Development, PTRC
Michelle joined PTRC in September 2015 with a remit to enlarge their portfolio of training courses for the transport planning and highway industry both in UK and overseas. She is an experienced transport planner and traffic engineer with over 25 years experience in managing and leading single and multi-disciplinary projects for both public and private sector clients. She has lived and worked in UK, Finland, China (including Hong Kong), Singapore, Bangladesh, Uganda and Guyana.
As the Region’s professional development officer, Michelle mentor-match’s candidates to mentors for both the engineering and planning qualifications, working closely with Britannia Walk. She is an active member of the London Region for the past 23 years. Michelle is a TPP Reviewer and a Mentor for candidates aspiring to gain the qualification. She was the Branch Chair from 2010 to 2012.
Senior Transport Planner, Atkins
Mala is a Senior Transport Planner at Atkins’s London office and has 10 years’ experience in the transport planning sector, having worked in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Her main areas of specialism are travel planning, sustainable transport, transport strategy/research and policy development/ implementation. Mala is also developing additional interests in airport development/surface access, clean fuels/vehicles and transport and technology.
Mala joined the Committee in 2015 and is one of the Committee’s Web Officers.
Senior Transport Planner, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
Matt is a Senior Transport Planner working for the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham as a secondee from Project Centre Ltd. He has more than 11 years’ experience working for both private and public sector clients and specialises in transport policy and projects, road safety, highway design, development control, non-motorised users, stakeholder engagement and travel planning. His experience working for a large variety of clients has enabled him to see transport planning from various angles and areas of interest.
Matt volunteers as an Ambassador for the Mayor's Team London programme and is a member of GoodGym Lambeth.
He is currently working toward completion of the TPP qualification.
Cedric is a Chartered Engineer, with Atkins, with a focus in the design and implementation of urban highway and public realm schemes, improving quality of public space and balancing the needs of different users in urban environment. He has a strong interest in technology both at and off work, and is actively engaging with technologies from varies industries and applying them to raise the standard of the design and delivery of public realm projects.
Cedric joined the London region committee since 2016 with the aim to make a positive impact to CIHT as well as the transportation industry.
Principal Planner, AECOM
Dan is a Principal Planner in the infrastructure planning team at AECOM, currently working to deliver a number of rail and road infrastructure projects across the UK. Dan has worked in both the private and public sectors, beginning his career with a planning & transport consultancy delivering residential and sports stadia schemes, before moving to Gloucestershire County Council to assess major applications in the Highways Development Management team. More recently Dan worked for Network Rail, focussing on the delivery of rail infrastructure projects and the national level crossing risk reduction programme.
As well as being a London Committee member of the CIHT, Dan is an active member of the Institute of Highway Engineers, and a Chartered Town Planner and member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. Dan seeks to promote collaborative partnerships between the different disciplines and bridge the knowledge and communication gaps between transport & spatial planning professionals.
Business Development Manager, Skanska
Daniel is passionate about the construction industry. He is driven to support the industry become a more inclusive place and has a passion to improve safety for all; both workers and users.
Daniel is Business Development Manager at Skanska where he has responsibility for Highways and Water sectors. With 15 years industry experience and a degree in Construction Management he has delivered numerous roles including business development, estimating, commercial and site management.
He is the Chair of the Transport Group of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association. In August 2017 he was made a Fellow of the CIHT.
Daniel joined the East Midland Branch committee in 2010 and became a nominated member of Council in 2011 where he served for three years. He served as East of England communication officer for a number of years. He still sits on CIHT’s Procurement and Delivery Panel.
Head of Technical Development Dervices to Colas
John Richardson is a Chartered Chemist and Chartered Engineer (Energy Institute). He is head of technical development services to Colas for their operations in Great Britain and Isle of Man. He had spent 23 years with George Wimpey Company involved with quality control, quality management, research and development, and overseas contracting. He transferred to Tarmac Quarry Products following a company asset swap where he spent 4 years mainly involved in design and evaluation of pavements, before joining Colas Ltd in 2000. He is a member of various committees of trade associations and standards-making bodies. He has contributed to various published papers, including co-author of the textbook Asphalts in Road Construction, and was recently awarded the William Webb Prize as co-author of the best paper in the Transport journal at the Institution of Civil Engineers. He is an active member of the committees of the CIHT London Region and Construction Materials Group of the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI). He recently received the George Bessey Award at the SCI.
Director, Mott MacDonald
Paul has worked in transport planning for over 31 years, with experience gained in both local authority and consultant private practice covering both UK and overseas projects. He has specialised in pedestrian capacity assessments and simulation, in which he has directed the development of packages such as PEDROUTE and more recently Mott MacDonald’s in-house STEPS pedestrian simulation software. He has been responsible for the improved application of innovation in delivery of technical services to clients, including the development and BIM integration of STEPS, and collaborative research between industry and academia. Paul takes an active role in professional institutions and encourages younger staff in their career development, through both technical development and professional involvement.
'Peter has some 45 years experience in traffic and transport engineering, both in the public and private sectors.
'Peter has some 45 years experience in traffic and transport engineering, both in the public and private sectors. His career commenced with the GLC where sponsorship led to a masters in Transport Engineering. A senior role in high profile consultancy projects in the Middle and Far East followed. He returned to London in the 1990s to become an Assistant Director in the Office of the Traffic Director for London. Peter became Transport for London's first Director of Traffic Management, eventually retiring as Chief Operating Officer (Streets) at TfL. Peter is a Trustee and Honorary Treasurer of CIHT.'
Principal Engineer, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
Philip Loy is a Principal Engineer at WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff, project managing cycle schemes. His specialism is cycle planning and design, having previously developed cycle projects at SKM/ Colin Buchanan, Project Centre, and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Philip's experience includes design studies for the London Cycling Network (LCN+), Transport for London’s Red Route network (TLRN), and various projects and schemes for local authorities in London, the UK, and abroad. Philip has given several presentations on cycle planning and design at international conferences such as Velo City, and completed an MSc in Transport Engineering and Planning in 2014
Transport Planner, TfL
Sarah is a planner at Transport for London (Borough Planning), having previously worked in the private sector for four years and completing an MSc in Transport Planning and Management at the University of Westminster. Her main areas of specialism include development and travel planning for a range of schemes across London and the wider South East. This includes a number of major development schemes and transport projects in south London and involvement in key policy work towards the new London Plan and Mayors Transport Strategy, which has led to specific policy interests around air quality, electric vehicles and healthy routes to schools as part of TfL’s ‘Healthy Streets’ framework.
Sarah has been a member of the CIHT as part of the South East Region since 2012 and recently joined the London Region Committee in summer 2016 having a keen interest to develop skills for young professionals including networking opportunities and progression towards the TPP qualification. Other areas of interest include her role as a volunteer within the British Red Cross providing Event First Aid services.
Transport Planner, Arup
I am a Transport Planner currently working at the Transport Consulting Team of Arup. I have eight years of experience in the U.K. and overseas. My background is on Survey Engineering and GIS. I am excited by the human side of planning for transport and I believe that it is an imperative to look at the bigger picture of what we are doing in our day-to-day work. I therefore have developed a breadth of skills on transport planning including collecting, analysing and interpreting traffic data, representing traffic networks, micro simulation traffic modelling, preparation of transport assessments, preparing maps and visualisations. I am specialised in micro-simulation modelling and have a developing interest in new technologies and the integration of autonomous vehicles in the current transport system.
I joined the CIHT committee in 2015 as a member of the Young Professionals Committee and I now also have responsibilities on liaising with the other transport societies. I hope to help organise events that will help all members of the CIHT grow professional as well as promote the growth of our profession.
Assistant Engineer, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
Since September 2014 Daniel has working in the Development Planning (Transport) Team at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff. Daniel has predominantly been working in the field of Transport Modelling as a SATURN Modeller working on a number of schemes of national significance (A1 Newcastle and Ipswich Wet Dock Crossing) to support Outline Business Cases. Daniel takes a key interest in transport developments, particularly relating to cycling and sustainable travel choices.
Works Coordination and Permitting Officer, TfL
Gemma Bouchereau is a Works Coordinator at Transport for London. This involves assessing permit applications for street works in South West London, as well as assessing traffic management plans for utility works and attending regular stakeholder and Highway Authority meetings to facilitate the permitting process. Her specialisms include permit related legislation and network impact management, and she is planning to gain some more qualifications this year to further develop her industry knowledge.
Gemma joined the CIHT London committee in August 2016 as a regional member, and the first event she arranged was related to the field of cycling.
She obtained a degree in Translation and Interpreting and in 2013 finished her MA in Translation. In her spare time she enjoys baking, arts and crafts and running challenges, and is hoping to do her first half marathon by the end of 2017.
Consultant, Project Centre Limited
Kristina is a consultant at Project Centre Limited based in their Central London office with a Geography and Geology honours degree from the University of Brighton. Kristina joined PCL as part of their graduate scheme which has enabled her to gain experience in Regeneration, Public Realm, Transport Planning, Traffic Engineering and Parking within the company.
Kristina has been involved in a variety of projects and gained experienced in town centre regeneration, community engagement, cycling schemes (including Mini Holland), designing traffic schemes, 20mph schemes, CPZ consultations within London as well as drafting Traffic Management Orders, CAD design and Geographic Information System projects. Whilst in Transport Planning and Regeneration Kristina has developed her skills writing Transport Statements, Travel Plans and organising events and innovative community engagement activities. Kristina’s interests are in regeneration, event engagement and transport planning.
She became a graduate member of CIHT in 2015 and has attended many events organised by the CIHT London Branch and joined the Young Professionals Committee in 2016