Wednesday 10 July 2019

Alexandra Palace, London

About the speakers

Councillor Clyde Loakes

Waltham Forest Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Environment

A Councillor for the Leytonstone Ward in Waltham Forest for the past 20 years, Clyde has a deep understanding of the workings of local and National Government.  He understands how policies are developed and shaped, to deliver for local residents and communities.  Widely respected in local government circles across the political spectrum, Clyde stood down as Leader of Waltham Forest in May ‘09, after 6 years at the helm.

He is a member of the London Councils’ Transport and Environment Committee and has helped establish a London Councils ‘Healthy Streets Steering Group’ to help influence TfL’s thinking on this ground breaking agenda.

In his role as Deputy Leader and Environment Portfolio Holder he leads on all transport policies and highways and parking management. He provided political leadership through the initial bid process and is currently providing the same robust political leadership for the implementation and delivery of the multi award winning and ground breaking £27 million Mini-Holland/Enjoy project. 

Clyde won the 2016 London Cycling Awards "Cycling Champion of the Year" in recognition of his leadership on Waltham Forests Mini Holland project and has been shortlisted in the 2018 National Air Quality Awards in the ‘Air Quality Champion’ category.

Councillor Joseph Ejiofor

Leader of the Council, London Borough of Haringey

Bio to follow.

Brian Deegan

Principal Design Engineer, Urban Transport

Brian is one of the UK’s leading street design engineers and was co-author of the London Cycling Design Standards. With a background in engineering, he has also led high-profile policy and planning projects. He helped develop Transport for London’s Healthy Street Check, a key tool in designing for ‘Healthy Streets’, and helped ensure the design quality of all projects associated with the London Mayor’s £1billion Cycling and Healthy Streets programme. As a design engineer for Camden Council, Brian introduced the UK to ‘light segregation’ for cycling, and subsequently assisted TfL in the testing of innovative approaches to cycling-friendly signalised junction design, such as ‘hold the left’, two-stage right turns and early release.

As a street design all-rounder, Brian has experience tackling the many and varied demands placed on complex urban streets and spaces: from design engineering, traffic modelling and network strategies through to conducting research to the highest industry standards. He is helpful and pragmatic, and passionate about making better streets.

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Stuart Reid

Interim Director of Vision Zero, Transport for London

Stuart Reid is TfL’s Interim Director of Vision Zero. Stuart has worked in the field of transport and behaviour change since 1993. In that time he has been the organiser of National Bike Week, a contributing author to the Manual for Streets and developed and implemented the Travel Demand Management behaviour change strategy around the London 2012 Olympics. He joined TfL in 2013.

Lucy Marstrand

Healthy Streets Adviser, Project Centre

Lucy Marstrand is a Healthy Streets Adviser at Project Centre. With around 20 years’ experience in design of either buildings, public spaces or highways (both public and private sector), Lucy has a strong design-based background influencing her approach to transport. 

Her areas of expertise are walking, cycling and urban design. She specialises in inclusive design, how the built environment links to wider social equality issues and querying inherited engineering wisdom.

Zina Etheridge

Chief Executive, London Borough of Haringey

Bio to follow.

Michael Barratt MBE

Development Impact Assessment Manager, Transport for London

Michael currently leads a team using innovative methods to mitigate the impact from London’s major construction projects. This also includes the promotion of sustainable transport and disability equality.

Michael has over 30 years experience within the construction, haulage and security industries. He started working at Traffic Director for London in 1999, TfL’s predecessor and has remained at the organisation ever since.

Michael has a passion for safety, security, improving the environment, problem solving and a quest for balance. His accomplishments include creating the TfL Construction Guidance Document, Roadworks Patrols, HGV management systems and new methods of incorporating safer walking and cycling around works. He is also responsible for forming a London wide network of collaborative construction working groups that deal with all associated impacts.

Sam Monck

Head of Network Sponsorship, Investment Delivery Planning, Transport for London

Sam Monck, is currently job share Head of Network Sponsorship at TFL working with all London’s boroughs to take forward the Mayor’s Transport Strategy. He has been at TfL for three years, with one year seconded  to run the joint TfL/Westminster team to develop the proposed pedestrianisation of Oxford Street (Westminster subsequently developed their own alternative proposals)..   Before TfL he worked at the London Borough of Camden for 25 years running a range of strategic and operational services including Transport Strategy, Engineering, Parking, Environment Services and Sustainability. While at Camden Sam oversaw the development of the West End Project (changing the Tottenham Court Rd area), and both major and minor area projects, leading the borough to four “Transport Borough of the Year” awards. At TfL he has worked with boroughs delivering a range of area and town centre improvements, Mini Hollands and borough cycling programmes and other projects.

Sam Neal

Project Manager, London Borough of Haringey

Sam Neal has over 15 years Local Authority experience in Town Centre Regeneration, Masterplanning, Public Realm and Highway schemes, art installations and Major Site Development.  With a strong track record of developing a vision for an area, securing external funding from organisations such as the GLA, LGF, TfL and Heritage Lottery Fund and delivering projects to budget, time and to an excellent standard Sam has delivered award-winning transformational change.  Leading multi-disciplinary teams Sam can facilitate stakeholder engagement and support for schemes, develop creative place-shaping interventions and ensure a project’s successful delivery, long-term sustainability and continued growth.

Councillor Daniel Anderson

London Borough of Enfield

Daniel Anderson is the former Deputy Leader of Enfield Council and is a passionate and dynamic political driver. He has been instrumental over the last four years in delivering Enfield’s successful Mini-Holland bid - the £42m Cycle Enfield project - and in securing the recent £6m Liveable Neighbourhood bid for Enfield Town.

Daniel’s overriding vision throughout has been about transforming Enfield's high streets & town centres; promoting more active forms of travel to improve our residents’ health; and creating safe and secure cycle lanes to be used by all, young and old alike.

As a result, Enfield is seeing the creation of a network of high-quality cycle routes across the entire Borough including major routes such as the A105 and A1010, along with secondary link routes. It also includes the Quieter Neighbourhood programme that looks to return our streets to the people who live in them, along with supportive measures such as dockless hire bikes, cycle hubs and hangers, the ‘ Dr Bike’ maintenance programmes, second-hand bike markets, guided cycle rides and individually tailored training opportunities.

The first completed section (the A105) has already won the ‘Best New Cycling Project’ award at the London Cycling Awards and the ‘Sustainable Mobility’ award at the Sustainable City Awards.

Will Norman

Walking & Cycling Commissioner, Transport for London

Will Norman is London’s first Walking and Cycling Commissioner, working to deliver the Mayor’s pledges to make walking and cycling safer and easier in the capital.

Will was previously Director of Global Partnerships at Nike. He spent more than three years working with not-for-profits, governments, UN agencies and European Institutions to tackle the global inactivity crisis, with a particular focus on getting children more active.

Prior to working at Nike, Will was Director of Research at the Young Foundation and also set up a successful social research consultancy.

Will has a PhD from the London School of Economics. He is an avid cyclist and enjoys both running and walking throughout the capital. He lives with his family in east London.


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