Robert Slatcher

Robert joined Temple in 2011 as a Senior Consultant. He is now an Associate Director, responsible for Environmental Impact Assessment.

While at Temple he has acted as environmental and sustainability project lead for the consenting phase of the Norton Bridge Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project for Network Rail.

Robert has lead and contributed to a wide range of projects for Temple, and has been a Route Window Manager for HS2 Phase 1 since 2012, supporting the design development, EIA, House of Commons Select Committee process and construction delivery. He was also the EIA lead for a 940 unit residential development in Hounslow on behalf of the Notting Hill Housing Trust.

Robert has written articles for several publications including The Rail Engineer, Infrastructure Intelligence and Construction News, as well as contributions to Temple’s blog. He also lectures and mentors at UCL on the integration of environment and engineering in major infrastructure projects.

Prior to working at Temple, Rob worked for Jacobs. He lead in the delivery of the first Environmental Statement for a scheme to obtain a Development Consent Order under the Infrastructure Planning Act (2008) and undertook environmental assessment work in the rail, highway, energy, nuclear, defence and flood defence sectors.

Outside of the office Robert enjoys playing football, watching films and spending time with his daughter.

Robert helped develop and runs the Temple Graduate Development Programme.