Steer Davies Gleave has strengthened its team with Trevor Brennan, who joins the firm as an Associate in the Planning practice. In his new role, Brennan will use his more than 15 years of experience in sustainable transport to help the firm develop offerings for its sector clients in the area of sustainable transport.
Trevor Brennan started his career at Global Witness as a Campaign Assistant in 1995, before taking on the role of Campaign Assistant at Friends of the Earth in 1996. In 1997 he became a People & Places Adviser at Keep Britain Tidy, after which he joined the St Albans City and District Council in 1998 as Team Leader for Sustainability & Climate Change, working for the council for over 10 years. In 2008 he joined the Luton Borough Council, where he worked as the Strategy & Sustainability Manager for more than seven years.
Brennan holds a Bachelor degree in Human Geography from the Liverpool John Moores University, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Waste Management from the University of Bedfordshire.
Brennan joins Steer Davies Gleave as Associate in the firm’s Planning team, where he will leverage his more than 15 years of experience in sustainable transport development to develop and lead the firm’s Change and Transport Demand Management offer. This new bespoke offering seeks to provide clients, including local and combined authorities, local enterprise partnerships, counties and cities, with a means to make their transportation networks more sustainable.
Sharon Daly, Head of UK Planning at Steer Davies Gleave, comments on the hire: “Trevor is a great addition to our team. He is passionate about sustainable transport and delivering solutions that make real differences. His experience brings fantastic client-side insight to our existing team.”