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Sean McIntyre,  Director

Sean McIntyre

BSc (Hons), CEng MICE MCIHT

DIRECTOR

Sean joined KTC in October 2005 and brings over 30 years post-graduate experience in traffic engineering and transport planning consultancy to the company. A Chartered Engineer since 1996, most of Sean’s experience is in transport assessment at the development planning stage. Past projects include advising ICI on major development proposals on a 1500 acre site at Severnside including a new junction on the M49 motorway which after many years is now being progressed in the location proposed.

Since joining KTC Sean has worked on a broad range of projects including some 60 school projects, numerous residential sites ranging from a few homes to developments with 2000 homes together with major employment and retail proposals.

Projects Sean has led include the Hartcliffe Bridge Learning Campus in Bristol, a large residential development in East Keynsham for which a first phase of 250 homes received permission in 2017, a mixed use scheme in Templecombe allowed at appeal, an accessibility study into alternative food superstore proposals in Stroud, a 175 home scheme in Glastonbury outside the settlement boundary and a 300 home proposal in East Bristol.

Sean is an experienced expert witness appearing at planning appeals and Examination in Public.

While Sean has always been employed in the private sector while with his previous company he did lead a partnering agreement with Bristol City Council which saw him acting as a transport development officer for 2 days a week for a number of years.  

Other notable schemes on which Sean has worked over the years include the STAR LRT scheme in Kuala Lumpur; the Northbound Motorway Service Area on the M5 at Strensham and a Regional Rural Business Centre in Bridgwater, Somerset.

When not working Sean can be found taking his children to football training and matches or pounding the street in preparation for his first marathon in 2017 in support of Sarcoma UK.