Andrew Saffrey is a highways engineer and transport planner who has experience across both public and private sectors, from long-term strategic plans right down to detailed design. He has always deployed his technical expertise to the objective of serving the end user, and not simply minded achieving arbitrary outcomes set by standards. Andrew has eight years’ experience in consultancy and eight years in local government. His probably most significant project is the Mollison Way street improvement scheme in Harrow, which was shortlisted alongside Exhibition Road in the 2012 National Transport Awards. Andrew also undertook initial concept designs for the successful Mini-Holland bid in Waltham Forest. He also contributed to the DfT’s Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan technical process guidance and the Leicester City Council Street Design Guide. Andrew is currently employed by Waterman Aspen, but has previously worked for PJA, John Potter Architect, Fairhurst & Partners, and Waltham Forest, Harrow and Sunderland councils.