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Leah Stuart

Associate Director, Street Design Engineer, Civic Engineers
Leah Stuart

Leah is a transport, traffic and street design engineer with more than 15 years’ experience in urban regeneration and transport planning. Leah previously worked in London for Alan Baxter & Associates, at Fore Consulting and Buro Happold in Leeds. She joined Civic Engineers Leeds as an Associate Director in September 2016.  

With her extensive development and regeneration experience, Leah has a keen interest in the public realm working on both on large mixed-use masterplans and providing more strategic advice. She has contributed to supplementary planning documents and looked at town and district-wide strategies for implementing transport and infrastructure solutions that best support future growth. Leah has also taken a leading role in the preparation of Transport Assessments, Travel Plans and Design Codes for a wide range of projects.

She is passionate about making great places which, as well as being beautiful, take account of the needs of all their users and the environment, and ensure our cities are healthier and fit for the future challenges we face.

Most recently Leah has been involved in resurrecting the derelict Rutland Mills in Wakefield, regenerating Europe’s largest listed building at Park Hill in Sheffield and has contributed to Glasgow’s Public Realm Design Guide.


Title of talk:
Living in a Future City - Panelist


Living in a Future City

with George Clarke

Leah Stuart

Associate Director, Street Design Engineer, Civic Engineers
Leah Stuart

Leah is a transport, traffic and street design engineer with more than 15 years’ experience in urban regeneration and transport planning. Leah previously worked in London for Alan Baxter & Associates, at Fore Consulting and Buro Happold in Leeds. She joined Civic Engineers Leeds as an Associate Director in September 2016.  

With her extensive development and regeneration experience, Leah has a keen interest in the public realm working on both on large mixed-use masterplans and providing more strategic advice. She has contributed to supplementary planning documents and looked at town and district-wide strategies for implementing transport and infrastructure solutions that best support future growth. Leah has also taken a leading role in the preparation of Transport Assessments, Travel Plans and Design Codes for a wide range of projects.

She is passionate about making great places which, as well as being beautiful, take account of the needs of all their users and the environment, and ensure our cities are healthier and fit for the future challenges we face.

Most recently Leah has been involved in resurrecting the derelict Rutland Mills in Wakefield, regenerating Europe’s largest listed building at Park Hill in Sheffield and has contributed to Glasgow’s Public Realm Design Guide.


Title of talk:
Living in a Future City - Panelist