Development planning is at the very core of our business, and we bring significant added value by integrating transport planning and urban design.  Project teams are drawn together from experts in each of our key service areas depending on the brief.

The Transport Assessment process lies at the heart of what we do, but we have built a multi-disciplinary team of transport planners, highway engineers, urban designers and landscape architects to bring breadth to our services.

Transport Assessments & Modelling

Transport Assessments, Transport Statements and Traffic Modelling are often required to support many forms of development, depending on the scale of the proposals.

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Nigel Millington

Place

Our team of highway engineers, urban designers and landscape architects provide a uniquely integrated approach to placemaking.

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Jon Tricker

Highways & Engineering

Identifying access solutions to development sites is a core element of our business, together with on-site and off-site highway design. We now also offer a full land development service through our new engineering business - PJA Engineering.

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Cullan Riley

Cycling & Walking

PJA is at the forefront of planning and designing infrastructure and facilities for cycling and walking.

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Adrian Lord

Transport Studies & Strategies

PJA has the breadth of skills and experience to deliver high-level transport studies and strategies for public sector clients.

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Mark Nettleton

Research & Best Practice

The senior team at PJA are industry recognised experts and regularly undertake research projects and prepare guidance documents at local and national levels.

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Phil Jones