The Highway Engineer may at some time in their career be asked to act as a highway expert witness. This can be in relation to a safety matter involving an accident in the highway or on private land, through to complex public inquiries on major planning applications. Highway expert witnesses appear in legal cases at local Magistrates Courts and County Courts, through to the High Court and the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
Highway expert witnesses are involved in planning applications and appeals, planning enforcement appeals, public highway closures and Traffic Regulation Orders, and public rights of way issues (closures and diversions).
The Highway Engineer will provide highway expert witness evidence on behalf of both private and public sector clients and will be fully aware of their duty to the court to provide honest, consistent, unbiased, professional advice at all times.
What Our Clients Say:
Swept Path Analysis and Visibility Drawing incorporated into a Technical Note, Proposed Residential Dwelling, Colchester.
Highway Statement, Proposed Residential Development, Stockport
Transport Assessment, Proposed Residential Development (170 dwellings), Essex
Speed Survey, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Access Feasibility Study, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Analysis of Speed Survey and Swept Path Analysis
Stage 2 Road Safety Audit, Residential, Staffordshire
Construction Traffic Management Plan
Flood Risk Assessment, Testimonial, Industrial Development, Sheffield
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Sanderson Associates have enjoyed over 36 years in business delivering experienced Highway Engineering Services to our clients, having completed over 12,200 schemes for a wide variety of major and minor developments throughout the whole of the UK, Isle of Man and Ireland.
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