Speakers at Transforming London Streets include...

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David Moores Rory Poole Councillor Ian Wingfield

David Moores

Director of Public Realm
Project Centre

David has 26 years experience as a Chartered landscape architect, the last Fifteen years specialising in streetscape design.

His expertise is in the integration of the function of the highway as a transport corridor and its potential for creating a ‘Sense of Place’ through spatial design and material detailing. He has won many awards for his schemes from Kensington High street, Walworth Road to South all Broadway and was part of the team on Exhibition Road  He believes ‘Place Making’ in context of roads and streets is crucial to our towns and cities. 


Rory Poole 

Sector Director, Network Operations & Traffic, Europe 


Rory has over 20 years’ experience in major projects, highway maintenance and delivery of schemes for London’s streets, including Priority (Red) Routes, congestion charging, major highways schemes, and more recently, Cycle Superhighways. He currently oversees AECOM’s interests in two London Highways Alliance Contracts (LoHAC), professional services contracts with over 30 UK and Ireland Highway Authorities, as well as highways design work in many London Boroughs. Rory leads AECOM’s Highways Asset Management and ITS teams and his experience spans many areas of design, construction and maintenance of highways and structures.

Cllr Ian Wingfield

Cabinet Member for Environment and the Public Realm
Southwark Council

Studied at Cambridge, London School of Economics and Imperial College London. Holds a BA degree in Modern History, a Masters degree in Human Resources and a PhD in Industrial Sociology.  He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development and a Life Member of the Institute of Management Services. Elected to Southwark Council in October 1989.  Chief Whip Labour Group 1990-2002, Leader Labour Group 2002-2004, Deputy Leader Labour Group  2010- 2016.  Cabinet Member for Housing from 2010 – 2014, Cabinet Member for Employment, Business and Culture 2014 – 2016 and currently Cabinet Member for Environment and the Public Realm. He has also previously been employed as a Political and Research Officer with the Communication Workers Union.  Has twice been selected as a Parliamentary Candidate, and has also worked in Parliament in both the House of Lords and House of Commons. 


Lilli Matson Councillor Peter John Joe Seymour

Lilli Matson

Head of Strategy & Outcome Planning
Transport for London

As Transport for London’s Head of Strategy & Outcome Planning, I lead TfL’s strategy and planning of surface transport priorities and projects – with a focus on managing freight and transport demand, planning for bus priority across London, promoting walking, cycling, accessible public transport and improving road safety.  I have worked with TfL since 2006.

I was a member of the UK Government’s Commission for Integrated Transport 1998-2004 and ran my own transport consultancy for five years, leading major projects for a range of clients including the Department for Transport, DCLG, Government agencies, local authorities and the voluntary sector. 

Prior to working as a consultant, I led UK countryside group Campaign for the Protection of Rural England’s transport work for seven years, influencing national transport policy during this time.

Cllr Peter John

Southwark Council

Joe Seymour 

Director, Traffic & Local Roads, Europe 


Joe is a transportation engineer who has worked in the design and implementation of high quality pedestrian and cycle facilities for almost 25 years. His work includes projects in Europe, Middle East and Africa ranging from small public realm improvement schemes to city wide non-motorised transport plans. Implemented projects make best use of AECOM multi-disciplinary capabilities, with engineers working closely with urban designers and planners to deliver great places to live.

Jim Walker Martin Wedderburn Roger Madelin

Jim Walker 

Founder & Strtegic Director

Jim is the founder and Strategic Director of Walk21, the International consultancy and conference series on walking and liveable cities.  For the last 16 years, he has been an advisor to politicians, professionals and communities to help them meet more of the needs of people who walk specialising in strategic policy, promotional campaigns and large scale infrastructure projects.  His specific experience includes managing the Walk London initiative for 9 years; the Walk4Life campaign for Central Government; and, coordinating the ActiveTravel advice to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.   Jim is currently developing a network of Walkways in the capitals of 71 Commonwealth nations and territories.  Walk21 will be in Hong Kong in October 2016.

Martin Wedderburn


Martin is an independent transport consultant and an Associate of Walk21. He is experienced transport planner who has worked on a range of multi-modal studies in London and internationally, and has a particular interest in policy, planning, analysis and forecasting for active travel modes.

Roger Madelin CBE

Head of Canada Water Development 
British Land

Roger joined British Land in 2016 to lead the Canada Water development project. Previously Roger worked at Argent for 29 years becoming CEO in 1997, he was responsible for delivering a 67 acre King’s Cross development. Roger is an Honorary Fellow of RIBA, and was awarded a CBE for ‘services to sustainable development’.



Nick Woodford Rob Cowan

Edward Gardiner

Behavioural Design Lead
University of Warwick 

Ed joined WBS to setup and run a partnership with the Design Council called the Behavioural Design Lab, applying insights and methods from behavioural science to support the design of products and services with a social purpose. He now works on developing products to support collective action, helping people work effectively together in pursuit of common goals. Before joining WBS, Ed worked for the advertising agency, Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe / Y&R, managing creative campaigns for private and public sector clients. He holds an MA in Natural Sciences (Psychology) from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences from UCL. Ed is also part of the Create programme at WBS, exploring new teaching and research opportunities on the role of design and creativity in business.

Nick Woodford


The Peckham Coaline 

see - think - do. See the potential, catalyse the opportunity, empower a community to make it happen - I believe this is the future of architecture and I'm excited to play a small part in it.

Rob Cowan

Urban Design Skills

Rob Cowan is an urbanist and writer, and director of the consultancy UDS. He is editor of Context, the journal of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. His publications include The Dictionary of UrbanismThe Connected City; Urban Design Guidance; three design guides for the Scottish Government; and a book of his cartoons, Plandemonium. He and Kelvin Campbell were the joint authors of By Design (the UK government’s first urban design guidance), Re:Urbanism and, most recently, The Radical Incrementalist. Rob has originated three urban design methods: the Placecheck method of urban design audit (and the related Gardencheck); the skills appraisal method Capacitycheck; and the design appraisal method Qualityreviewer. His cartoon videos are at www.plandemonium.org and he tweets @cowanrob.


Nuno Coelho

Design theorist
Central St Martin's

Nuno is a design theorist, lecturer and curator. After his MA in History of Design at the Royal College of Art, Nuno has published several papers, curated exhibitions and lectured extensively, both in Britain and overseas, on topics ranging from aesthetics to social and political design. Nuno currently lectures on critical theory at Central Saint Martins in London. Last year he held a series of workshops on psychogeography during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven.

Prof Rhiannon Corcoran

Professor of Psychology & Co-Director 

Liverpool University & Prosocial Place Programme

Rhiannon is a Professor of Psychology and Academic Director of the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy and Practice at  the University of Liverpool, UK. She has researched the psychology of mental health and wellbeing for nearly 30 years and is particularly interested in the relationship between community, place and mental wellbeing. She directs the Community Wellbeing evidence programme of the UK's What Works Centre for Wellbeing as well as her own Prosocial Place research and knowledge exchange programme. She sits on the Government's Advisory Committee on Community Engagement for the National Estates Regeneration Strategy and the Liverpool City Region Social Economy Panel. She is on the Board of the International Self Care Foundation and was amongst those inputting to the UN Habitat III topic of building mental health into cities. Believing that the cities of the future need to be developed and managed with social sustainability and community well-being in mind, Rhiannon uses cross disciplinary approaches to understand how to make our city's better for us.

Graham Marshall

Director & Fellow
Prosocial Place & Heseltine Insitute for Policy & Practice

Graham studied landscape architecture and urban design in London during the 1980’s with an aspiration to spend a lifetime changing and improving places.  Through the 1990’s, he focused on the emerging urban design agenda in London, working with leading practices on cutting edge projects and national policy development.  Notable street based projects include Kensington High Street, SRB 2 programmes for Southwark, Lambeth and Lewisham along the Thames corridor and the Ashford Ring Road. In 1999, Graham was a founding director of the Urban Regeneration Company, Liverpool Vision, responsible for Development, Planning and Design - was lead author of the award winning Movement and Public Realm Framework.  In 2005, he established Maxim Urban Design, acting primarily as a design advisor to the public sector. In 2012, Graham established the Prosocial Place Programme with colleagues at the University of Liverpool where he is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Heseltine InstituteProsocial Place is a way of thinking about and designing urban environments with the mental wellbeing of individuals, groups and communities at the forefront.  The aim is to develop an integrated evidence base and practice that can inform urban planning, design, development and place stewardship.  Graham has been active on several regional Design Review Panels and is currently a Built Environment Expert with Design Council CABE.  

Artur Carulla

Allies and Morrison

Artur trained at the ETSAB in Barcelona and the Architectural Association in London. He joined the practice in 2003. Artur has led a wide range of projects with Allies and Morrison and his recent projects include the refurbishment of an existing office building in Southwark and developing the masterplan for the Old Press Mill Lane quarter in the historic centre of Cambridge. Prior to this, Artur co-ordinated package design for large projects on site, such as Bankside 2&3. He has also managed the submission of a high rise tower in Bishopsgate Goodsyard and an office building at Paddington Central. 


Patricia Brown


Patricia Brown’s advisory and non-executive work spans disciplines, sectors and geographies. The common thread is connecting: ideas, issues, places, people and ambition, focused mainly on achieving positive change and better experiences for people. She is the outgoing chair London Festival of Architecture, and was Deputy Chair of Mayor’s Design Advisory Group until May, helping lead its Good Growth Agenda. She is vice chair of British Property Federation’s Development Committee, and sits on National Trust and Great Western Railway’s advisory boards. She works in New York, including as adviser to Times Square Alliance and Columbia University's Center for Urban Real Estate.

Chris Durban

Associate Director

Chris has recently completed the Leadership Potential Programme within AECOM Europe to fast-track individuals to senior management positions. He has a track record of successfully delivering within the transportation discipline with clients including the Department for Transport, London 2012 (LOCOG), Gatwick Airport and numerous local authorities. He is a strong project manager and has a demonstrated ability to meet targets and gain stakeholder approval for projects. As an individual he is able to identify key trends and to present these ideas with impact. His experience means that he is able to lead teams by example and is adept at identifying the key themes for success and implementing these to meet common goals within an organisation.

Matthew Hill Sally Crew Isabelle Clement

Matthew Hill 

Head of Highways 
Southwark Council 

Matthew is Head of Highways at Southwark Council.  As well as having responsibility for the day to day running of the borough’s highway network, central to the role is the delivery of the council’s highway capital programme including cycling, regeneration and public realm projects, as well as delivery of the council’s Cleaner Greener Safer environmental and community projects programme and flood risk projects. He has extensive experience in transportation and highways in both the public and private sectors in London.


Sally Crew

Manager Transport Policy 
Southwark Council 

Isabelle Clement 

Wheels for Wellbeing 

Isabelle Clement is the Director of Wheels for Wellbeing, a charity which fights for cycling equality for disabled people. They support disabled people to access cycling in South London. Herself an urban handcyclist, Isabelle leads the Inclusive Cycling Forum for London, which campaigns for cycling infrastructure that is fully inclusive.


Jeremy Leach Hank Dittmar Nevena Kovacevic

Jeremy Leach 

London Campaign Co-Ordinator 

20's Plenty for Us 

Jeremy Leach is the London Campaign Co-ordinator for 20's Plenty For Us. 20's Plenty work with local campaigners, Councillors, Local Authorities and national and regional government for slower speeds across the UK and in particular the introduction of 20mph speed limits. For the past four years Jeremy has been the co-ordinator of the 20’s Plenty campaign in London and has worked with campaigners and their local representatives in many of the boroughs that have introduced 20mph speed limits. The list of 20mph boroughs now includes almost all of the Inner London boroughs and an increasing number of those in Outer London and in total almost two-fifths (39%) of all Londoners now live on roads and streets with a 20mph speed limit. Most encouraging has been the take-up of 20mph limits by TfL and the introduction of lower speed limits on many parts of the Red Route Network. Like many others we look forward to a time in the not too distant future when 20mph becomes the default speed for London's streets and roads.

Hank Dittmar 

Director / Special Advisor 

Hank Dittmar Associates / The Prince's Foundation for Building Community 

Hank Dittmar is a sustainability authority and urban designer, advising governments, companies and communities all over the world on the strategies needed for the Urban Century.  He is Principal at Hank Dittmar Associates and co-director of The Project for Lean urbanism.

Hank Dittmar was the Chief Executive of The Prince's Foundation for Building Community from 2005-2013, and retains an advisory role there. Prior to that, he was Founding President and CEO of Reconnecting America, Executive Director of the Surface Transportation Policy Project, and was Chairman of the Congress for the New Urbanism from 2003-2008. He was a member of the Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment for the UK government.

Hank Dittmar is a Visiting Fellow at Kellogg College, Oxford University. He is the author of the 2008 book Transport and Neighbourhoods (Edge Futures/Black Dog, 2008), co-author of Green Living: Architecture and Planning (Rizzoli, 2010), and co-author and editor of New Transit Town - Best Practices in Transit Oriented Development (Island Press, 2004). He writes a monthly column for Building Design.

Nevena Kovacevic 

Co-founder & Managing Director

Light Follows Behaviour 

Nevena has a background as naval architect and a master specialization in Architectural Lighting Design. She has focused always her attention on lighting and worked as in Switzerland, Germany and Norway before co-founding Light Follows Behaviour in 2013.
Light Follows Behaviour focuses on masterplan, exterior and public realm project with the aim of using light to engage, to requalify, to surprise, to stimulate social interaction, to enhance and complement architecture, constantly looking at social, cultural and local dynamics. She is also ambassador of the Social Light Movement (SLM) with aim to bring lighting to less affluent communities. 


Simon Glynn Valerie Beirne Brian Deegan

Simon Glynn

Interim Assistant Director (City Public Realm)

City of London

Simon Glynn is the Interim Assistant Director (City Public Realm) for the City of London, where the emphasis is creating the highest possible quality of environment for people in the limited and complex space between buildings. Simon manages a team of professional Project Managers, who deliver projects in partnership with City businesses, usually with complex funding arrangements. Many of these projects are delivering on the security needs of the City, whilst creating additional environmental quality and places for city communities to engage with culture and the arts. Current work is focusing on integrating tall buildings (including the tallest in Europe) in to the already densely developed districts of the City. Although an Urban Designer by background, his personal interest is in making projects happen within a complex funding/urban/stakeholder context.  

Valerie Beirne

Bankside Urban Forest Manager 

Better Bankside

With a passion for cities and their myriad of streets, spaces and people, Valerie Beirne is a landscape architect with over fifteen years’ experience of working in urban regeneration. Valerie joined Better Bankside, a central London Business Improvement District as Bankside Urban Forest manager in 2008.  Most recently she has been working with local partners to develop and deliver projects to realise the Low Line in Bankside. Valerie has worked across a range of public and non-profit organisations including the Thames Landscape Strategy, Groundwork UK and London Borough of Richmond.

Brian Deegan 

Technical Specialist (Cycling)

Transport for London

Brian is a technical specialist in cycling at Transport for London.  He was one of the lead authors of the London Cycling Design Standards and has been at the forefront of cycle infrastructure design for many years.  His main role is to ensure design quality for all the elements of the Mayor’s Vision for Cycling programme including Quietways, Central London Grid, Mini Holland’s and Superhighways.  Follow him on twitter for technical information on cycle route design and feel free to pose questions to him throughout the conference.  @bricycle


Sam Neal Peter Hartley Esther Kurland

Sam Neal 

Project Director - Major Projects & Regeneration 

Project Centre 

Sam Neal is an Associate Director at Project Centre and has over 12 years Local Authority experience in Town Centre Regeneration, Masterplanning, Public Realm and Highway schemes 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 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. 

Peter Hartley 


Westminster Living Streets 

Peter was a London Borough of Brent Councillor from 1965-1969, he then went on to be a Councillor for Westminster City Council & Chairman of Environment Committee from 1978-1989. He is a founding member and current Chair of Wesminster Living Streets. In addition to his work at Westminster Living Streets he is also Vice Chair of London Living Streets. Peter was born, lives and works in Westminster. 

Esther Kurland 


Urban Design London

Esther originally trained and worked as a planner, spending 10 years in local authorities and three at the GLA working on the first London Plan.  She then went on to work at CABE and for the last 10 years has run Urban Design London, hosted by TfL, which is a training and support organisation for built environment professionals and councillors in London. Esther has interests in design across different built environment disciplines, form streets to housing, planning to architecture.  She sits on a number of Design Review panels and advisory groups.


Phil Jones Glenn Higgs Matt Croucher

Phil Jones 


Camden Council

Councillor Phil Jones is Camden’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Transport and Planning. First elected in 2010, he leads for the council on delivery of new cycling infrastructure, High Speed 2 and the redesign of Euston, and major schemes like the West End Project and King’s Cross gyratory. Under Phil’s political leadership Camden became Transport Borough of the Year in 2016 and won a range of awards for its transport schemes. Phil is also a board member of the West End Partnership, the Knowledge Quarter and the Camden Business Board.

Glenn Higgs 

Associate Director

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff 

Glenn is a transport planner who has been supporting public sector clients on London projects for nearly 20 years. His experience spans the transport planning, traffic engineering and urban design disciplines, with a wide-ranging portfolio of projects from contemporary street design schemes to innovative, high-profile research for Central Government. A common thread through much of his work is integrated design & planning: ensuring that growth potential embraces innovation and is realised through sustainable connectivity that recognises the important of place. Glenn has developed government guidance on areas which include cycling, shared space, electric vehicles, traffic management and streetscape, bus priority and trams. He has currently co-authoring the CIHT’s ‘Shared Streets’ publication. 


Matt Croucher

Sustainable Transport Lead 

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

Matt Croucher is WSP | Parsons Brinkerhoff’s specialist lead in sustainable transport, experienced in promoting walking, cycling, improved urban realm, public transport, low emission vehicles, car clubs and urban mobility. He works to enshrine the principles of sustainable transport within local and regional planning policy, developing solutions through to early feasibility. Matt has developed an expert knowledge of the emerging electric vehicle sector, having managed a series of pioneering projects for Transport for London and London Boroughs since 2010, and has spoken on the topic of Electric Vehicles at several conferences.


Councillor Clyde Loakes Gary Armstrong Dan Taylor

Councillor Clyde Loakes

Deputy Leader & Cabinet Member for Environment 

Waltham Forest Council 

A Councillor for the Leytonstone Ward in Waltham Forest for the past 18 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. He is the Deputy Leader and Environment Portfolio Holder in Waltham Forest, where he leads on transport policies and highways management.  He is leading on the significant and topical £27 million Mini-Holland project. Clyde recently won the 2016 London Cycling Awards "Cycling Champion of the Year" in recognition of his leadership on Waltham Forests Mini Holland Scheme.



Gary Armstrong 

Project Manager 

Outspoken Delivery

Gary is a project manager currently working with innovative cycle courier Outspoken Delivery based in Cambridge, Glasgow and Norwich in the UK. As well as being responsible for business development, Gary also directs their involvement in the EU Funded CycleLogistics project which promotes the use of cycles for transporting freight in an urban environment. Previously he worked with a local authority developing & implementing sustainable travel initiatives.

Dan Taylor 

Progamme Manager

Southwark Council 

Dan is working with stakeholders and the local community to deliver a variety of physical and socio-economic projects in the London Bridge, Bankside, Blackfriars and Elephant and Castle opportunity areas. Key projects Dan is currently working to deliver include the Bankside Urban Forest, Low Line, Blackfriars Mile, Marlborough Sports Garden, Construction Skills Centre, Merge Festival and Blackfriars Stories. 

Peter Siemensma Rachel Aldred

Peter Siemensma 

Senior Transport Planner 


Peter Siemensma is an experienced Urban Planner with a keen interest in cycling infrastructure. He is working in the industry since 2007 and moved to the UK in 2014 to continue his work on cycling infrastructure schemes in London. Since moving to the UK, Peter has increased his experience by using his Dutch knowledge in a British context. He works as a cycle expert on development schemes for cycle infrastructure, cycle parking and sustainable safety measures. He has lived, worked and cycled in both the Netherlands and the UK, which gives him a unique understanding of how to develop cycling infrastructure to the same high standards as the Netherlands.

Warren Osborne

Director of Landscape Architecture


Warren Osborne is a Director of Landscape Architecture at AECOM in London and has over 20 years of experience in large scale masterplanning and a strong track record in taking innovative public realm projects through the design process from initiation, public consultation through to detailing and construction worldwide. Warren has a leading role in the masterplanning team for the North West Cambridge Development Phase 1, defining strategies for green infrastructure and public realm, including streetscapes, and has gone on to deliver key public realm areas for Phase 1. He is currently leading landscape proposals for Phase 2 of the development masterplan. 

Rachel Aldred 

Reader in Transport 

University of Westminster

Dr. Rachel Aldred is Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster. She has published widely, including many papers on cycling, and was awarded the Economic and Social Research Council’s 2016 Outstanding Impact in Public Policy Prize. She blogs at rachelaldred.org and tweets at @RachelAldred

Helen Adlington Linda Thiel

Helen Adlington

Design Manager 

Transport For London 

Helen is a Design Manager for Transport for London’s In-House design team within the Surface Transport directorate.  Helen’s team are responsible for designing some of London’s high profile and innovative cycle infrastructure including Cycle Superhighways East-West (CS3) & North-South (CS6), with a focus on providing high capacity, safe, direct cycle routes through the heart of London.

Helen has 16 years of industry experience across in both the public and private sector across London and the home counties, her highway design experience spans a variety of modes from bikes to buses & ferries to footways.

Linda Thiel

Partner, London studio
White Arkitekter

Linda has extensive experience as an architect with expertise ranging from public buildings to offices, and urban design. Within each field, she has pursued a definitive goal based on clear values focusing on the architecture and sustainability. Linda's strategic approach to achieving high quality design and value in all her projects is highly appreciated among her clients. Currently, she is the lead architect and head of office for White’s studio in London, as well as partner at White Arkitekter. Among her recent work is commercial and urban design projects, and recently the Museum of Making pavilion for CDW 2016 .

Peter Wood

Visiting Fellow in Geography / Coordinator 
The Open University / Southwark Cycling Joint Steering Group

Dr Wood's work investigates behaviour change and public engagement, focusing on sustainable transport in London. He is currently investigating grassroots support and opposition to sustainable transport, in the context of the UK government policy. He has previously investigated why people start - and stop - cycling, particularly the importance of civility, navigation and placemaking. As coordinator of the Southwark Cycling Joint Steering Group, he supports key stakeholders from the public, private and 3rd sector to collaborate on partnerships that promote cycling in Southwark.

Paras Shah Daniel Kofler Cassiem Jeppe

Paras Shah

Principal Consultant 


Paras has designed, developed and implemented Intelligent Transport Systems in the UK for almost nine years. He is focused on using technology to improve delivery of transport objectives, through better management and operational effectiveness, demand management and traveller information services. He has a broad understanding of the transport and environmental challenges present in an urban environment through his ongoing delivery of an air quality trial, jointly funded by the Mayor’s Office (GLA), Transport for London (TfL) and London Boroughs of Southwark and Tower Hamlets. The aim of the trial is to improve air quality around Tower Bridge by using a number of Variable Message Signs (VMS), encouraging motorists to turn off their engines while waiting for the bridge to re-open.

Daniel Kofler 

CEO & Founder 

Bike Citizens 

Daniel is CEO & founder at Bike Citizens. As one of two cycle couriers, Daniel and his partner Andreas founded Bike Citizens in 2011 with a budget of no more than 1'500 €. Since then Daniel and his team bootstrapped the company to more than 30 members based in Graz (Austria) and Berlin (Germany). He is the co-inventor of the universal smartphone mount Finn (sold > 400.000 times) and leads Bike Citizens' product development on App/Web-technologies and expanded the companies offer recently with a data analysis tool for cyclists' GPS tracks. Before his time as an entrepreneur, Daniel studied physics and environmental system sciences.

Cassiem Jeppe 

Regional Director


Cassiem Jeppe is a Regional Director at AECOM and has extensive experience in leadership, business development, contract procurement, framework management and delivering multi-disciplinary projects including cycling projects such as Cycle Superhighways and Quietways. Cassiem is the Framework Manager for the Southwark Highways and Professional Services Framework and is responsible for the business development, contract management and delivery of a number of large-scale contracts to meet transport infrastructure requirements. He manages teams of transportation specialist while responsible for leadership, staff development, resourcing and growth to meet business and development objectives and targets. He has a wide range of knowledge and experience related to engineering, transportation and dealing with various international and local clients and authorities including, Transport for London and London Borough Councils and is well versed with public and private sector clients and their procedures and requirements. His knowledge includes experience in Joint Ventures, partnering, contractor engagement and seeing initiative through from early engagement, tendering, mobilisation and contract operations.

Oliver Lord

Oliver Lord 

Principal Policy Officer 

Greater London Authority

Oliver works in the Air Quality team at the Greater London Authority. He leads on a number of the Mayor’s initiatives to cut vehicle emissions in the Capital, including public transport requirements, road user charging schemes and infrastructure for alternative fuels.   

Before this he worked at Transport for London, where he delivered several projects and initiatives to encourage sustainable travel. Most recently, he was responsible for developing transport strategy and policy, with a particular focus on the environment, including the Ultra Low Emission Zone. He has previously specialised in Environmental Psychology at the University of Surrey.

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