Croft welcomes Lee to transport planning team

Lee Worthington, Croft

Croft Transport Planning & Design is pleased to welcome Lee Worthington to the team as principal transport planner.

Lee joins us from AECOM in Manchester where he spent over 12 years in a variety of roles working on high-profile projects across the UK.

During this time, Lee provided advice on transport planning, feasibility studies, masterplanning and traffic assessment work for the HS2 project in the East Midlands and Manchester.

He also spent five years on secondment to Manchester City Council’s highways team providing advice on highways and public realm aspects of planning applications and decisions.

In his new role with us, Lee will be responsible for providing transport planning, travel planning and development control advice for a wide range of projects, including junction and network modelling and report preparation.

Phil Wooliscroft, founder and director at Croft, comments: “Lee is an incredibly experienced and knowledgeable transport planner. He has the skills to help us win and deliver more large-scale projects and will be a real asset to our clients.”

Lee, a chartered member of Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transportation, adds: “After more than a decade as part of one of the world’s largest building and infrastructure companies, I’m looking forward to taking a more hands-on role at Croft.

“It’s a respected transport planning business with a strong presence in the North West, but also working on complex planning issues on major schemes further afield.”