KMC is a transport planning and design consultancy which provides independent advice to support the needs of our clients.
Our experienced Directors formed KMC with an ambition to create an innovative, nimble, and supportive business environment for both our staff and clients. These values and way of working remain central to the services we provide.
Based in Cambridge, we work on schemes throughout the UK and have significant experience in the strategic land, residential, retail, commercial, education, leisure, and energy sectors. Within these sectors, we are proud to be actively involved in some of the largest and most exciting projects in the country.
Meet the Directors
MEng Civil Engineering, MCIHT
Kirsty has a broad range of experience in transport planning across all sectors. Having previously worked for Atkins, Peter Brett Associates and Vectos, she has experience in a range of schemes including Lewisham Gateway, BBC Television Centre, White City Place, Hinkley Point C and Wellcome Trust Genome Campus. For a number of years Kirsty has acted as the strategic transport advisor to EDF Energy for Sizewell C nuclear power station and was the expert witness at the examination.
In her spare time, Kirsty enjoys spending time with family and friends, holidays, keeping fit, live music, dancing and drinking wine at book club.
MSc Transport Planning, MCIHT
Jessica has a wealth of transport planning expertise, having worked on a wide variety of projects managing the transport input across a number of sectors, including residential, commercial, education and healthcare. She particularly enjoys building relationships with Clients and stakeholders and working to deliver viable and deliverable transport solutions. She has previously worked for AECOM and Cannon Consulting Engineers before joining KMC.
Outside of work, Jess is a qualified Run Leader at a running club and a trustee of a local wellbeing charity.
BA(Hons) Town & Country Planning, MCIHT
Elliot has a wide range of experience in transportation and multi-disciplinary development planning issues relevant to residential, commercial, education, mixed use planning applications and wider master planning.
Having previously worked at Peter Brett Associates, WSP and Stantec, he has project managed complex strategic land development projects, including the redevelopment of Earls Court to provide 8,500 homes, Waterbeach New Town to provide 6,500 new homes north of Cambridge, the redevelopment of the Power Court in Luton for a 23,000 capacity stadium and continues to provide advice on the redevelopment of Cambridge airport to provide around 9,000 new homes and 9,000 jobs.
In his spare time, he is a part owner of a local bar, enjoys the gym, craft beer, wine, food, hiking up mountains, bird watching, gardening, supporting his local football club and going to gigs.
MSc Transportation Planning and Management, MCIHT
Stuart joined KMC in 2023 having previously worked at TfL, TPA and Vectos. Stuart has worked on a variety of development projects across the country, covering retail, employment and residential schemes.
His expertise spans all stages of the planning process including site appraisals, working with teams in preparation for planning applications and negotiating with authorities as part of post-submission considerations. Stuart has worked on schemes ranging from small residential schemes right through to schemes such as Dunton Hills Garden Village, the Wellcome Genome Campus and presenting Trinity College in respect of Cambridge Science Park.
Away from KMC, ferrying his daughters to various activities is a usual past time alongside dog walks, cycling wherever time allows and playing football.