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news: Key appointments look to the future at ITP

We’re delighted to announce that Neil Taylor has been appointed as the new Advisory Group Director of Integrated Transport Planning (ITP), following the organisation’s integration into Royal HaskoningDHV earlier in 2024.

With over 20 years’ experience in the field of sustainable transport planning, Neil brings a wealth of technical and leadership experience to drive forward ITP’s next phase of growth – joining up our strategic consultancy services with sustainable transport design. Neil reflected:

“This is a really exciting time, as ITP completes a transition from independent SME business to becoming a significant Advisory Group within Royal HaskoningDHV. I look forward to working with our 100 transport planners, researchers, designers, and engineers to establish our group as one of the most progressive transport planning and engineering consultancies in the UK; continuing to build on our established ethos and DNA”.

Neil and Patrick

Patrick Hebbard will fulfil the role of Commercial Director for the ITP Advisory Group. He will work with Neil to continue expanding our internal and external markets – primarily through identifying new opportunities for the group’s expert sustainable transport planning services across RHDHV’s established business lines and key client relationships. Patrick added:

“The opportunities presented by the integration of ITP into Royal HaskoningDHV are vast. Foremost amongst these, is delivery of a wider range of expert services from within the newly formed ITP Group, as we continue to develop innovative sustainable engineering and transport solutions for our expanding list of clients. I am personally excited by what the future holds for this excellent team and look forward to being an integral part of the journey”.

Neil and Patrick will be collaborating with the ITP Advisory Group’s Leadership Team to formulate our next growth plan. This will involve input from the whole team, and focus intentionally on the needs and interests of our clients, as well as overarching challenges posed by ongoing digital, mobility and energy transitions – all with an underlying aim of tackling global climate change.


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