Holden joins Planning Inspectorate

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15 Apr 2016 (provided by Local Transport Today), Category: Transportation Planning

Holden joins Planning Inspectorate

Sheila Holden (pictured) has been appointed an inspector by the Planning Inspectorate. Holden is a past president of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and her career in the transport and planning fields spans more than 35 years. She worked as a transport planner for East Sussex County Council from 1979 to 1996; co-authored DfT/DCLG?advice on delivering travel plans through the planning process in 2009 while an associate with consultant Addison & Associates; ran the STEP?Consultancy from 2006 to 2016; and between 2013 and 2016 was also an associate with Fortismere Associates Ltd, providing support to local authorities on local plan preparation, particularly in relation to transport issues.

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