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David Cox (Senior Transport Planner)

David is a transport professional with 14 years of experience in transport planning, town planning and environmental assessment.  He started his career working in Local Government in the south west of England, before moving into a consultancy environment. He recently joined Callidus in 2015.

David has a strong project delivery and technical skills background, and an excellent understanding of the UK transport and planning sectors. He has worked on commissions for both public and private sector clients in the UK, Ireland, Malta, Saudi Arabia, West Africa, Australia, Armenia, Russia and Egypt.

He has a wide range of transport and highways experience in development planning and appraisal, transport strategies, transport policy, and environmental assessment projects. David has an MSc distinction award in transport planning and received the CILT award for the best Master degree dissertation.

Areas of Expertise
• Development transport planning and appraisal
• Transport Assessments (TA) and Transport Statements (TS)
• Travel Plans (TP)
• Environmental Statement transport chapters (ES)
• National and local policy analysis
• Construction Traffic Management Plans
• Junction Capacity Modelling
• International Traffic Impact Assessments
• Transport Strategies/ Strategic land use and transport analysis
• Strategic Environmental Assessment/ EIA/ Environmental Appraisal
• Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Mapping
• Preparation of Inquiry and Appeal Evidence
• Public consultation and Stakeholder Facilitation
Selection of Recent Projects
• Transport Statement, industrial/ warehousing development, Taunton – IPIF (2016)
• Residential redevelopment, Former Shepton Mallet Prison - City & County (2016)
• Transport Statement for a minerals extraction site in Oxfordshire – Grundon (2016)
• Kennetholme Farm Quarry transport statement, Grundon (2016)
• Former Dorchester Prison, Residential Development – City & County (2015)
• Transport statement for the Wellow Cycle Hub – Wellow Trekking Centre (2015)
• Chippenham Transport Strategy/ town centre masterplan- Wiltshire Council (2014)
• Traffic Impact Assessment for Amulsar Gold Mine, Armenia – Lydian Int. Ltd (2014)
• King’s Street Wind Farm Planning Appeal - Wind Prospects Ltd (2013)
• Sustainability Appraisal of London’s sub-regional transport plans – TfL (2012)
• 135 residential units at St John’s Wood Barracks, London– The Eyre Estate (2011)
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