Meet The Team
We have a team of dedicated highways professionals that collectively cover a broad range of skills and expertise in the highways and planning sectors. With a close-knit team that works together across all projects, we feel that we can boast a level of collaboration and integration that simply is not achievable within larger organisations. This team ethic is fostered by our two Directors, Andy and Tony, who between them oversee and manage every project that we undertake. We feel that our size enables us to maintain a close working relationship amongst our team, whilst also being able to tackle large projects on a regional, national and even international scale. Here's a brief introduction to our team:
DirectorMSc IEng FIHE MCIHT
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Tony is an incorporated Engineer with over 25 years highways experience. He is a keen Hull City AFC fan and enjoys playing football, cricket and can often be found cycling on the muddy trails within the East Riding. Tony was born in Hull and has lived locally all his life. He also runs his sons football team.
Tony is currently President of the Institute of Highway Engineers and has made a significant contribution to the profession on a national level. Tony is a registered Road Safety Auditor and leads the majority of the company’s Transport Assessment Work.
DirectorBA(Hons) MSc FIHE CMILT MCIHT
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Andy worked in a variety of public sector traffic and transport roles before co-forming Local Transport Projects with Tony in 2004. Since then he has been involved in a wide range of projects for private and public sector clients.
Andy leads on the company's Quietway cycle route work in London and presents on the Institute of Highway Engineers Cycling Infrastructure Planning & Design Professional Certificate course. He is experienced in Transport Assessment and development work and is a Fellow of the Society of Road Safety Auditors.
Outside of work Andy enjoys all types of cycling, especially mountain biking and is also a keen motorcyclist. He enjoys spending time resurrecting his old VW camper and trying to outwit his two Bassett Hounds.
Technical DirectorCEng FICE MCIHT FIHE
Nigel joined Local Transport Projects in May 2016 as a Technical Director to support both delivery of projects and business development. He is a senior transportation professional specialising in local transport network improvement schemes that support local connectivity, economic growth, social inclusion and environmental betterment. His technical experience encompasses the full spectrum of local transport network optimisation and demand management solutions including bus priority, Bus Rapid Transit, cycling, walking, traffic control, ITS, traffic regulation and parking. Nigel’s 30+ years successful delivery to local transport authorities throughout the UK and internationally provides him with comprehensive skills across the whole project lifecycle from strategy development through assessment, appraisal and business case to preliminary/detailed design and construction.
Born and brought up in Driffield, East Yorkshire Nigel has recently migrated south to Beverley. Despite having a fuller figure Nigel is an enthusiastic athlete. He is also a keen supporter of Cancer Research and Martin House Childrens Hospice charities and can be often found torturing himself in support of these causes at various swimming, cycling and running events throughout the year.
Principal Highway EngineerBEng(Hons) FIHE
Karl graduated from Sheffield University in 1980 with an honours degree in Civil and Structural Engineering. Since then he has gained over 33 years experience designing, supervising and constructing highway, public open space and drainage schemes.
Having played rugby union for over 25 years he is now too frail to play but is a vice president of Hull Ionians where he still supports and enjoys the social side of the game. He also enjoys horse riding but is mainly reduced to the role of groom for his wife.
Senior ConsultantCEng BSc(Hons) MICE MCIHT
Pete has over 30 years experience in the Road Safety Engineering field and in the first stages to his career started in the design and construction of major roads and bridgeworks. He was the former chair of ICE Branch Committees on both banks of the Humber and was previously a member of Regional and National Casualty Reduction Working Groups, Regionally and Nationally.
After retiring from the Post of Traffic Manager with North Lincolnshire Council, Pete has since carried out part-time local consultancy work. Away from work, Pete’s interests include researching local/family history, walking and more gentler forms of physical exercise.
Senior EngineerIEng FIHE MCIHT MSoRSA
Eric has had around 40 years’ experience in traffic engineering and transportation planning working within several local authorities within the Yorkshire and Humber region. He has however specialised in road safety engineering and road safety audit latterly and is a Member of the Society of Road Safety Auditors and over the years has carried out several hundred road safety audits, usually as team leader. Eric has recently been awarded the Road Safety Audit Certificate of Competency which permits him to take part in road safety audits on the Trans European Road Network and trunk roads and motorways with the United Kingdom.
Eric’s hobbies include walking, cycling, swimming, cooking, gardening and drinking the occasional glass of red wine. His overriding passion however is music, being an accomplished guitar player; before embarking on a traffic engineering career Eric was a full time professional musician for a few years performing all over the UK and Europe; he still plays occasionally today.
Senior Traffic & Highway EngineerMEng BEngTech MIHE
Aimee joined the LTP team in December 2016 having returned to the UK from New Zealand. She has considerable experience in transportation engineering and transport planning with a wide range of skills and a particular interest in strategic transport planning, policy and sustainable transport. Aimee has achieved successful transport solutions for both private and public sector clients. With strong communication skills, she has been involved in numerous public consultations and presented evidence as an Expert Witness at several Hearings. Aimee has presented her work in relation to public transport network planning at a national conference and she was commended at The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transport (CIHT) 2012 Young Professional Award. Outside of work Aimee is a keen amateur painter, yoga enthusiast, travelling fanatic and red wine drinker!
Senior Traffic & Highway EngineerHND AMIHE
Rhurie has recently joined the team from Hull City Council. During his time there Rhurie developed a keen interest in Highway Maintenance and Highway Design whilst obtaining his HNC and HND in Civil Engineering . During his years in the industry he has designed, implemented and supervised a wide variety of highway and traffic schemes.
Outside of work he is an avid sports fan whilst also enjoying exploring and visiting European Cities to find the cheapest beer prices on the continent.
Senior EngineerHNC MCIHT MIHE
- HNC Civil Engineering – Humberside University
- BTEC Diploma Civil Engineering – Hull College
- Member of The Institution of Highways and Transportation (MIHT)
- Member of The Institution of Highway Engineers (MIHE)
Jan 2006 to present Senior Engineer, Local Transport Projects Ltd.
2000 to 2006 Engineer, Hull City Council
1996 to 2000 Transportation Technician, Hull City Council
1991 to 1996 Traffic Management Officer, Humberside County Council
1987 to 1991 Career Grade Technician, Humberside County Council
Senior EngineerBA(Hons) MCIHT MIHE
Ryan joined LTP Ltd in June2006 and is now a Senior Engineer within the company, with particular expertise in the development planning field. He has worked with private and public organisations of all sizes on a nationwide basis to deliver effective transport planning solutions as part of the planning process. Ryan has formed a key part of project teams that have secured planning approval at residential, employment, education, healthcare, retail and industrial sites across the country.
Ryan is committed to his profession, taking an active role within the local branch of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) and was also highly commended at the Yorkshire and Humber Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) Young Professional of the Year Award in 2009. On his way to obtaining the IHE Professional Certificate in Highway Development Control, Ryan obtained the highest ever recorded marks within three of the four study modules. Cricket, music and supporting Hull City are Ryan’s main interests outside of the workplace.
Tom joined the team in October 2014 after completing a degree in Town Planning at Newcastle University. Tom has quickly developed a keen interest in the highway design aspect of the company’s work whilst also developing his transport planning skills. Tom has gained experience in many different projects across the company including the auditing of cycling and walking infrastructure for various Welsh Authorities, cycle route and other traffic sign design and the design of facilitating works for wind turbine and solar energy sites including working with abnormal loads and swept path analysis. His workload also involves input into Transport Assessments and Statements, Travel Plans and Highway Access Appraisals.
Outside of work Tom can often be found on a bike, up a climbing wall, in a kayak or somewhere generally outside. He also likes tractors.
Head of Transport PlanningBSc(Hons) MSc(Eng) MCIHT MIHE
Steve leads our team of excellent transport planning professionals in successfully delivering projects for a large variety of development projects, from new homes and offices, to atypical schemes such as a blue light facility and a major castle/leisure resort. Joining LTP in 2008 with a degree in Mathematics and following a few years working at a Cambridge-based transport consultancy, Steve has grown his career with LTP. His experience ranges from producing Transport Assessments, Travel Plans and Highway Feasibility Appraisals, to research projects and representation at public consultations, planning committees and appeals.
Steve is committed to the transport planning industry as a member of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) and the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT). Steve graduated from the world-renowned Institute for Transport Studies (ITS, Leeds University) in 2014 with an MSc(Eng) in Transport Planning & Engineering. His dissertation topic explored when priority T-junctions should include ghost island provision. Away from the office Steve enjoys a mix of sport, music, film and travel, all to the soundtrack of classic rock tunes (and a little bit of hip hop!).
Transport PlannerBA(Hons) MIHE
Originally from Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Jack moved to East Yorkshire in 2010 to go to Hull University. At University Jack studied Geography, where he specialised in historical and transport geography. The work he did involving transport included looking at public transport networks in cities and how more sustainable travel can be encouraged. Throughout his time at University he also volunteered with the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) as a ‘Geography Ambassador’, which involved working in schools to encourage students to take up geography/talking about careers that geography can lead them to.
Jack came to LTP in July 2013 as a 3 month Intern, and in October 2013 became a full time member of the team. He has been heavily involved in a number of projects during his time at LTP including; Get Moving Goole and Aire and Calder cycling/walking feasibility study. Jack was thrown in at the deep end when he started at LTP and since then he has gone on to develop his knowledge and skills further in all areas of transport and civil engineering.
Outside of work he enjoys travelling and visiting new places, attending live music concerts/festivals and he even enjoys cooking!
Transport PlannerBA(Hons) MIHE
Mike Raynor joined the LTP team in October 2014, arriving from a Manchester-based transport planning consultancy. Mike’s main interests primarily focus on development planning, traffic forecasting and junction modelling. He has been involved in a variety of projects during his time as a Transport Planner playing a key role in project teams that have secured planning approval for a variety of projects.
Mike studied Geography at the University of Hull and graduated in 2011. His dissertation for which he obtained a first, provided an assessment on the effectiveness of Regional Development Agencies in providing urban regeneration within UK cities.
Outside of work he is a season ticket holder at Hull City AFC and enjoys playing football, badminton, running and drinking beer.
Chris joined LTP in November 2016 on a 3 month internship after graduating from the University of Hull with a degree in Geography, and has subsequently become a permanent member of the team. Chris has settled in quickly and has worked on a variety of exciting projects. He has gained experience in many areas of the business and has been involved as part of a team producing travel plans, transport assessments and road safety audits. He has also become proficient at carrying out vehicle swept path analysis using CAD.
Outside of the workplace Chris is a keen runner and has competed at a local, regional and national level. He enjoys spending his weekends with friends, competing in athletics or watching his boyhood football team Darlington.
Assistant Transport Planner (Intern)(01482)679911
Sophie joined the team as an intern in July 2016 as part of a placement year for her BA Geography degree at the University of Leeds. She has settled in quickly and has enjoyed supporting the delivery of a broad range of projects from transport planning and sustainable travel to road safety audits and database development and analysis. Sophie was born in Beverley and grew up in the local area, and although she enjoys travelling she wanted to return to her hometown for her placement in order to further her passion for the development of the local area.
Sophie is also an avid runner and competes for a local club on a regular basis to a fairly high standard throughout the country, often running over 50 miles a week. In order to fuel that she likes to cook and bake, and also enjoys a good cup of coffee.
Clare joined LTP in January 2016, from a background working in the voluntary sector, and with a strong interest in psychology, sociology and the behaviour and organisation of people. She enjoys a supporting role in helping to bring projects together; assisting as needed with research, administration, data presentation, and the day-to-day smooth running of LTP.
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