People

  • Richard Latcham

    Richard Latcham

    BEng (Hons) Dip UD CEng MICE MIHT

    Latcham

    Richard is an engineer and urban designer with 26 years’ experience working in the public and private sector on mobility, regeneration and land development projects. His skills and experience cover a variety of types of projects from planned urban extensions to the redevelopment of station development areas. His work is across a wide diversity of scales from single site redevelopments to city and regional development frameworks. His practice covers abstract and conceptual visions through to detailed scheme design, with specialist transport planning expertise and an ability for multi-agency and partnership working.

    People & Place, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Phil Jones

    Phil Jones

    BSc (Hons) CEng FICHT FIHE MICE

    Phil Jones Associates

    Phil is an engineer with extensive experience in transport planning and street design, particularly in new developments. He aims to achieve synergy between street and urban design to create places and spaces that meet aesthetic, social and functional aims. He is the Chairman of PJA, a 75-strong transport, engineering and placemaking consultancy. In recent years Phil has specialised in active travel and is a member of the Department for Transport’s Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Group.

    People & Place, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Phil Parker

    Phil Parker

    C.Eng, MICE, MCIHT, MSoRSA, FRSA

    Transport Planning Associates

    Phil has been a Chartered Civil Engineer since 1983 with extensive experience of highway design requirements arising from development proposals, and is familiar with the practical and political challenges associated with the development of alternative design ideas. Phil completed a 2006 Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship in Western Europe to study ‘Sympathetic Highway Design’ with particular emphasis on Shared Space. His essay ‘City Planning as if people mattered’ won the 2007 Ecologist Magazine Essay Prize.

    People & Place, Transport

  • Mark Whitby

    Mark Whitby

    FREng, FICE

    Whitby Wood

    Mark is an engineer with wide-ranging experience of civil and structural engineering design, including bridges, roads, rail, and building projects. He has extensive experience of working on heritage projects as a designer, consultant to heritage organisations, and expert witness. Notable projects include millennium bridges in York, Lancaster and Peterborough, the extension to the Tate Modern, the new BBC headquarters, and the Sadler’s Wells Theatre. Current projects include the Edinburgh’s Dunard Centre (concert hall), the Design District in Greenwich and the conversion of a number of listed 1960’s office buildings.

    Heritage, People & Place, Transport

  • Jon Tricker

    Jon Tricker

    BEng (Hons), CIHT

    PJA

    Jonathan is a Director at Phil Jones Associates (PJA) and focuses on combining transport, engineering and place-making advice to a range of clients. He is highly regarded within the transport planning profession and brings over 25 years’ commercial experience, focusing on master planning, development planning and street design. He is a highly capable projects director, used to leading, project managing and working with large inter-disciplinary design teams, mainly in Southern England.

    People & Place, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Fraser Reid

    Fraser Reid

    BSc (Hons), PGCert, FRGS, CGeog

    WSP

    Over 17 years of experience, Fraser has developed a strong holistic understanding across the transport sector. This has been acquired through his involvement in a wide variety of projects for private developers, large governmental bodies and local authorities. A Post Graduate Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Westminster complements Fraser’s experience, providing a strong understanding of the critical relationships between transportation, land use planning, urban design and delivery.

    Transport

  • Chris Carter

    Chris Carter

    BA (Hons) Oxon, MCIHT

    AECOM

    Chris’ expertise is in transport planning and leading multi-disciplinary teams covering engineering and environmental disciplines. His range of experience includes higher education, city centre regeneration, transport hubs, and residential projects including strategic sites. He understands projects from a range of perspectives, including local authority development management and transport scheme promotion, as well as working for private developers. He has been involved in Design Review Panels in Cornwall and the South West since 2015.

    Transport

  • Annabel Keegan

    Annabel Keegan

    BA (Hons) MA

    PJA

    Annabel is a qualified transport planner and urban designer with a background in architecture. She has over 15 years of practical experience in multidisciplinary consultant teams, specialising in the delivery of design-led projects in both the public and private sectors. She has been involved in the promotion of many mixed-use urban design and masterplanning projects, and has developed knowledge and understanding of design, planning application and design review processes. Annabel has a keen interest in improving the quality of streets and public spaces and has been involved in a range of projects developing innovative street and public realm designs.

    Housing, Strategic Development, Transport

  • Andrew Cameron

    Andrew Cameron

    MEng MSc

    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 movement whilst at the same time creating great streets and enjoyable places. With 25 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, and the new town of Madinat Khalifa in Bahrain.

    People & Place, Transport