Mott MacDonald has appointed Stuart Croucher as a technical director for urban design in its integrated transport business. Stuart will further develop the consultancy’s streetscape design and urban design capabilities and services to new and existing clients.
Stuart has over twenty years’ experience in the sector, with an extensive track record of developing, designing and delivering award-winning streetscape improvements, predominantly in the area of sustainable transport. He also has widespread experience of policy writing, public consultation and planning.
He joins Mott MacDonald from Crossrail, where he worked for the past six years as lead urban designer. In this capacity he produced and delivered a series of urban realm design proposals for areas around Crossrail stations, targeting maximum regeneration benefits for a range of station types and sizes.
Prior to his role at Crossrail, Stuart spent two years at urban design consultancy Urban Initiatives, carrying out streetscape design and transport planning projects. He has also had a long career in the public sector, undertaking roles at Brighton & Hove, Camden and Westminster City councils. Additionally, Stuart is a design review panellist for Urban Design London, provides training for trade bodies and regularly speaks at industry conferences.
Commenting on Stuart’s appointment, Mott MacDonald’s head of surface access transport Peter Crane said: “Stuart is an excellent addition to our transport planning team. He brings a significant skillset that will enhance the design element of our projects while embedding it into all aspects of transport planning.”