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Our Clients

Our clients include:

Department for Transport UK, Department of Transport Ireland

This is high quality work, based on an extensive evaluation evidence base and a model that has been developed with a great deal of thought and care. The report is excellent - clear and insightful. Congratulations and thank you.

Andrew Morrison, Deputy Director, Local Transport, Local and Regional Transport Analysis, Department for Transport

Countryside Agency, Countryside Council for Wales, Cycling England, Energy Saving Trust, Highways England, Northern Ireland Audit Office, Urban Transport Group

Cardiff Council, Central Bedfordshire Council, Cumbria County Council, Darlington Borough Council, Derby City Council, Exeter City Council, Gloucestershire County Council, Gwynedd Council, Lake District National Park Authority, London Borough of Southwark, New Forest National Park Authority, Northamptonshire County Council, North Somerset Council, Powys County Council, South Downs National Park Authority, West of England Partnership, Worcestershire County Council

Transport for Quality of Life played the role of 'critical friend' for our Local Sustainable Transport Fund bid.  Lynn Sloman's assistance and expertise was invaluable.  As a result the bid was much stronger in its focus.  This will bring considerable benefits as we switch to implementation.

Steve Lakin, Sustainable Transport Officer, Central Bedfordshire Council

Bicycle Association, Campaign for Better Transport, Centre for Alternative Technology, Citizens Advice, CPRE, Friends of the Earth, Greener Journeys, National Trust, NEF, Noise Association, Sustrans

Very good well thought-out format for today's event ensured a productive session that made good use of business input

Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce

AEA, Aecom, Arup, Technopolis, UCL, University of the West of England, WSP

ASLEF, RMT, TSSA, TUC, Unite

Aberdyfi Partnership, Canterbury Society, Ecodyfi

The progressive expertise of Lynn Sloman and her team has resulted in unprecedented opportunities through our successful bid to the Local Sustainable Transport Fund

Stephen Ratcliffe, Director of Planning, Lake District National Park Authority