Calibro Welcomes James Neville as Principal Transport Planner

We are delighted to welcome James Neville who joins the business today as Principal Transport Planner to provide direct support to the Director of Transport, and day-to-day guidance and mentoring to the rest of the transport team.

James joins us from one of the world’s largest engineering practices where he was involved in the promotion of large scale strategic residential projects through the Local Plan process, as well as providing the technical evidence of transport impacts associated with all varieties of development around the UK. James began his career at a respect niche transport consultancy in Bristol and it was here that he gained his exceptional understanding of the technical aspects of transport planning and gained a particularly commercial approach to his work.

James will be providing day-to-day project management of Calibro’s various projects, helping to ensure that we continue to deliver the exceptional levels of service and quality that our valued clients expect of us.

Speaking of Jame’s appointment, Stuart Choak (Director of Transport) said:

“James is an exceptional talent and I am delighted to welcome him to the business at this exciting time in our story. It is so important that our staff understand our culture and our committment to our projects, and I have to say that James’ approach sets his apart from his peers in this respect. I am looking forward to working closely with James and introducing him to our many valued clients.”

Speaking on his first day, James said:

“I’m very excited to be joining Calibro at this time of impressive growth. Calibro stood out amongst other consultancies for their commitment to quality and desire to provide the best possible service to clients. In addition was their ethos to pare back unnecessary corporate admin to allow more time to deliver outstanding projects for their Client’s”.

“I’m looking forward to putting my skills into practice to ensure Calibro’s existing and new Client’s achieve their development goals”.