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Almost every week there’s a news item related to electric or low emission vehicles, including many new car launches. Yet sales of electric vehicles are increasing at a sluggish rate and some way off what is required to achieve the automotive industry’s vision. So what is the latest future for electric and hybrid cars?
Following a successful year - having won a number of eminent awards, grown in new and exciting markets and worked with clients on many prestigious transportation projects - Steer Davies Gleave is delighted to announce several internal appointments.
The new roles include Hugh Jones becoming Chief Executive Officer, Steve Hewitt becoming Group Development and Operations Director, and Catherine Clark joining the Board of Directors as Finance Director. These new positions build upon the successes of the last year and further strengthen the Company as it continues to grow.
Ruislip Manor is on the verge of a makeover that will not only make the area look better, but also provide the community with better facilities and increase its appeal to everyone.
Steer Davies Gleave is leading a multidisciplinary team that is working with Hillingdon Council to develop a range of projects in Ruislip Manor that will introduce extensive urban realm improvements and will help to regenerate this important local centre. The Council and the Mayor have committed substantial funding over the next two years to support this transformation.
Steer Davies Gleave has today released new projections of cycle usage for 2021 mapped at a detailed level across London.
The analysis uses Census data on cycling to work from the years 2001 and 2011 to project the proportion of people that will be cycling to work at the point of the next Census in 2021. Below are three maps to illustrate the projected increase.
The analysis shows significant growth in cycling across London by 2021:
In a recent report published by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), they identified that the UK risks missing out on billions of pounds in trade unless it boosts direct flights to the fastest growing world economies. The new analysis reveals that by adding just one additional daily flight to each of the eight largest high-growth markets would increase UK trade by as much as £1billion a year, with every increase in 1000 passengers generating up to £920,000 in new business.