Ian Dimbylow joins RPS Transport Planning team
07 January 2021 | 1 min read
We are delighted to announce that this week Ian Dimbylow has joined our Transport Planning team based in London.
Ian is a Chartered Civil Engineer with over 18 years’ experience in both the planning and design of development infrastructure. He has significant experience in transport planning, most notably in the production of significant Transport Assessments and strategic transport advice to major planning applications and acting as an Expert Witness.
Ian advises clients across all industry sectors and he has provided advice on strategic land promotions and infrastructure projects to promoters and stakeholders. He also has extensive experience of developing and implementing transport and engineering strategies.
“I am really excited to be joining RPS, linking up again with a number of former colleagues with which I have enjoyed working previously," says Ian.
"There is a great amount of knowledge and experience in the London Transport Planning team that I look forward to integrating into. RPS has an approach to ‘Making Complex Easy’ which I feel aligns with my method of delivering for clients and the experience I can bring to the business.”
Joe Ellis, Operational Director – Transport Planning adds “Our Transport planning services continue to grow and Ian brings with him a wide range of experience and an established track record for effectively managing complex projects, adding real value and delivering to client expectations.”
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