Rob is a Chartered Town Planner who can demonstrate over 10 years experience in planning and environmental management practice, serving both private and public sectors.
During his time working in the public sector, Rob supported both the preparation and delivery of the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan (2013) and, in a separate role, helped to manage the effective running of the waste disposal contract as part of the Council’s function as the Waste Disposal Authority.
In private planning practice, Rob has demonstrated both the technical and planning skills required to support planning proposals for major infrastructure developments comprising, amongst others, wastewater treatment projects and community facilities. In supporting major proposals, Rob has helped to coordinate Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA’s) through effective working as part of multidisciplinary teams.
Rob has also provided support to a number of local planning authorities, helping them to overcome complex constraints in progressing their local plans towards adoption.
With specialist knowledge of planning for sustainable waste and resource management, and with a valuable record of providing support to both private and public sector clients on waste planning matters, Rob can demonstrate a broad understanding of the needs and challenges faced by the waste and resource industry. This includes support in preparing mineral and waste plans and the implementation of nationally significant infrastructure projects (NSIPs) on behalf of a Waste Disposal Authority.
Rob was elected as a Chartered Waste Manager in 2017 in recognition of his commitment to the waste and resource management profession.