How sustainable is the transport planning of large scale housing developments?

This is the subject of a presentation to be delivered by Clarkebond’s Head of Transport Planning, David Knight BEng(Hon) TPP FCILT MCIHT,  at a one-day CPD event being held by The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation in London on the 13th September.

David will present the findings of a review of the transport planning aspects of 126 Large Scale Major Residential Development planning applications at the ‘Integration of Planning and Sustainable Transport’ event, and will propose an ‘accessibility led’ approach to the allocation and planning of new residential development sites that would improve the sustainability of these new communities.

A recognised authority on several aspects of transport and development, David has extensive experience of delivering development transport planning, travel planning, masterplanning and streetscape design projects of all sizes across many different sectors and has been an active contributor to travel planning best practice through his work on site specific advice panels, industry recognised training courses and master’s degree course lecturing. 

He holds the Transport Planning Professional qualification and is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Logistics and Transport and a Member of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and the Transport Planning Society.

David is currently studying part-time for a PhD at Loughborough University in ‘Transport Planning in Large Scale Major Residential Developments in England’.

More information on the event here.