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ITP and Royal HaskoningDHV join forces to improve global mobility


Nottingham-based Integrated Transport Planning (ITP) has merged with Dutch multinational engineering consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV (RHDHV) in a bid to address 21st century mobility challenges at both a local and global level. ITP’s strong track record in


sustainable transport planning consultancy is being combined with RHDHV’s complementary expertise in active travel, smart mobility, development planning and engineering.


‘Royal HaskoningDHV and ITP have shared beliefs regarding the need for more sustainable transport solutions’


It comes as mobility undergoes a


seismic shift due to an exponential growth in population and goods consumption, the increased appetite for low-emission and clean air zones post-pandemic, and rising demands on mobility networks around the world stemming from


technical engineering and modelling capability when developing transport networks in the East Midlands. “Royal HaskoningDHV and ITP


have shared beliefs regarding the need for more sustainable transport solutions to solve our transport problems,” he said. “This exciting merger will bring


together our Dutch and British experience in sustainable transport, and enable us to better serve our clients and communities with a relentless focus on achieving more sustainable travel outcomes for society.” Colin Brader, founder of ITP,


ITP winning the Nottinghamshire Business of the Year award in 2019


new modes of transport and technology. The companies, which have


already collaborated on a number of projects in recent years, hope the new partnership can inject fresh thinking into shaping the sustainable transport networks of tomorrow – keeping cities accessible without compromising residents’ quality of life.


BID launches gift card


The Leicester BID has launched a gift card scheme to help support businesses in the city this Christmas. The Leicester Gift Card, which uses Mastercard, can be used across


Leicester city centre. The scheme works the same as a traditional gift card but is valid at


more than 100 businesses, ranging from retail to hospitality, in the city centre. Within its first month, the scheme sold more than £21,000 worth of


gift cards. To purchase a gift card, visit theleicestergiftcard.com


Jon Parker will continue as managing director of ITP, which was named Nottinghamshire Business of the Year at the East Midlands Chamber Business Awards 2019. He said the deal will enable the


company – which has five UK offices including its headquarters in Broadway, Nottingham – to access some of the industry’s best


added: “ITP was established to challenge conventional thinking, to harness a passion for sustainable transport, and to develop and deliver high-quality public transport networks that meet the needs of users. “I’m delighted to have found a


partner in Royal HaskoningDHV that shares this passion for enhancing society and allows us to continue our mission, to improve the way the world moves.” No financial details about the investment have been disclosed.


business network December 2020/January 2021


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