Panel

  • Andrew Cameron

    Andrew Cameron

    MEng Architectural Eng, MSc Transport Planning Eng

    Andrew Cameron & Associates

    Andrew is an engineer with a background in transport, architectural engineering and urban design. He is passionate about how we can plan for low-carbon, active movement whilst at the same time creating great streets and enjoyable places. With 30 years’ experience he has contributed to many masterplanning and regeneration projects for villages, towns and cities in the United Kingdom and around the world. These include Poundbury in Dorchester, Derwenthorpe in York, Chicago Lakeside and the new town of Madinat Khalifa in Bahrain.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Emma Grayson

    Emma Grayson

    BSc (Hons), MCIHT

    AECOM

    Emma has 19 years of experience in transport planning, focussed on development planning. Her experience spans both the private and public sector and she has particular expertise of advising on the transport planning impacts of strategic development proposals across the south of England. Emma has worked at all stages of the planning process, from initial site feasibility through to the preparation and review of Transport Assessments and the negotiation of planning conditions and obligations.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Anthony Jones

    Anthony Jones

    BSc Environmental Assessment

    Glanville Group

    Anthony is a transport planner with over 20 years experience in leading transport planning teams in providing highway and transportation planning advice for a wide variety of clients and development schemes in the residential, retail, education, leisure, industrial and office sectors. Anthony joined Glanville as a Technical Director in January 2023. Before that he was a Director at Pegasus Group primarily responsible for launching the new transport team offer in 2018.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Jonathan Lloyd

    Jonathan Lloyd

    BEng (hons), MCIHT

    SLR Consulting Ltd

    Jonathan has over twenty years’ experience providing highways and contemporary mobility and placemaking advice for clients across multiple sectors as well as overseas projects. Jonathan’s passion for schemes that deliver real social value, enable people to make positive mobility choices, meeting carbon reduction and health objectives. Jonathan is proud to have been involved with the RTPI, advising on pathways to Net Zero Transport, helping inform the Governments future zero carbon policies.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Laura Menzies

    Laura Menzies

    BEng (Hons), CEng, MICE

    Buro Happold

    With a background in infrastructure design and construction, Laura has enjoyed a varied career across the technical design, coordination and construction of projects from the London 2012 stadium to two new cities in Kuwait. Her varied experience covers; flood risk, highways, drainage, utilities and earthworks. She has contributed to the delivery of a wide range of solutions to infrastructure challenges, and has developed an adaptable, collaborative approach to design development.

    Climate, Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Simon Power

    Simon Power

    BSc PGDip MSc PhD CEnv CGeol MRTPI MCIWEM

    Mott MacDonald

    Simon is an urban geographer, strategic town planner, infrastructure designer, regeneration consultant and consenting specialist with 30 years’ experience of leading interdisciplinary planning and sustainability teams. He is experienced in complex schemes involving transport-oriented infrastructure, also in early-stage policy, strategy and feasibility studies. In 2022 he completed a place-based PhD in Geography and Planning. Previously his career covered highways, rail, energy and water projects as well as urban regeneration. He supports Design Commission for Wales in panel reviews and workshops and is a Member of Bristol Advisory Committee on Climate Change. Simon’s recent work includes major regeneration frameworks: Bristol Temple Quarter, Frome Gateway and Bristol City Centre.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Ben Smith-Laing

    Ben Smith-Laing

    CEng, MEng(hons), MCIHT, CMILT

    Transport Planning, Hydrock

    Ben is a Chartered Engineer with over 20 years of experience in transport consultancy for a broad range of public and private sector clients. He regularly advises on a range of issues from place-making through to technical junction modelling.

    Highways & Transport, Housing, People & Place, Strategic Development

  • Emily Walsh

    Emily Walsh

    BSc MEng CEng DUd

    Gloucestershire County Council

    Emily is a Transport Planner at Gloucestershire County Council where she works at all scales from the development of policy and strategy through to supporting the design of transport infrastructure and streets to enhance places. Before joining Gloucestershire, she worked in both the private sector and local government as an Engineer, Transport Planner and Urban Designer working at local and regional scales on transport strategy development, master-planning, transport capital programme development and delivery. Emily is passionate about the positive role well designed transport infrastructure and streets can play in shaping liveable economically successful places. She applies a ‘place’ and ‘people’ led approach to transport planning and design; frequently working collaboratively with stakeholders and local communities to do this. She has extensive experience of design review and support including as a Panel Chair.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place

  • David Watkins

    David Watkins

    MEng (Hons), CEng, MCIHT, FCIHT

    Arup

    David is a Chartered Engineer and an Associate Director at Arup where he leads the west transport planning business. Chair of the CIHT in the south-west, David has 19 years‘ experience across a breadth of transport planning disciplines including active travel, street design, parking, business case and development of new public transport services and interchange facilities. He enjoys working with public and private sector clients to integrate sustainable transport into projects to make it the mode of choice.

    Highways & Transport, People & Place