During the Christmas holidays SCP were pleased to welcome Sophie Thompson to spend a couple of weeks gaining work experience in the consultancy sector. Based in our Transport Planning team in Leeds, Sophie learned about the company, how consultancies work (and differ from the public sector) and the projects we are working on. Sophie helped
SCP would like to congratulate Viren Lad on his multiple achievements and recognition he has gained in 2018. Viren, who has progressed remarkably with his career here at SCP, has been recognised by others and awarded for his exceptional achievements this year. Viren was awarded with a National award from Pearson for the Higher National
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SCP’s London office continues to grow and deliver quality transport-planning and infrastructure design services for our clients. We are currently working on retail, residential, commercial and mixed-use developments across the southern half of the UK and we offer a diverse range of capabilities and skills that bring benefit and added value to any development. SCP
Here at SCP, we consider ourselves as experts when it comes to travel plans; we have been developing them for our clients alongside transport statements and transport assessments for years as part of our core transport planning offer and have already written over 50 travel plans so far this year including revisiting our own. A
This is the last chance to make your views known about the Council’s plans to tackle the health harming air quality problems in the centre of Leeds. SCP, as a Leeds based transport consultancy has participated in the current and earlier public consultation on the Council’s plans. Whilst the new plans are an improvement there
Employees from our Manchester and Leeds offices recently spent the weekend together in Caernarfon, conquering Snowdon in the process. The Welsh mountain stands at a huge 1,085m tall making it the highest mountain in England and Wales. The team ascended the challenging Pyg Track and descended on the Miners’ Track, taking a well-earned dip in
SCP’s David Young shares his opinion in February's Local Transport Today Issue. David explores how rules and legislation are not keeping up with technology and illustrates why government and developers need to plan ahead. The whole article can be viewed here.
SCP’s first internal training seminar of 2018 took place on Wednesday 10th January in our Manchester office and was well received by all. 12 members of staff partook in the training which focused on reinforcing the main principles and legislation which are used to ensure minimal risk and safe solutions when designing highways and junctions.