New Year, New Starter

We are delighted to announce that Jason Murphy joined Cannon in the New Year bringing with him a wealth of civil engineering experience and expertise. Jason will be based in our London office and joins fellow Associate Director Mark Kirby in providing support on a range of development planning and design matters.   


Celebrating 10 Years in Business

In celebration of Cannon Consulting Engineers’ 10 years in business the team took a day trip to Newmarket Races where we lunched, took chances on the horses and had a well earned team building day.


London Expansion

Over the summer our London office commenced its expansion plan with the addition of Chris Mead, Cecilia Thoradottir and Claudio Ricci.


Chartership Success

CCE are delighted to announce that Robert Ward has recently achieved the standard required by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) to become a full member of CIWEM (C.WEM, MCIWEM). Achieving Membership Status is not only something to be proud of as an important milestone in an consultant’s career, but is also respected by clients and fellow professionals throughout the industry. Congratulations from all at CCE and keep up-to-date with the CPD!


New Starter

Dave Jones becomes the latest addition to our team. After graduating from his MSc course at Newcastle University, Dave joined the Newmarket office as a Transport Planner in November 2016. Welcome Dave!


Rob Ward re-joins Cannon

Welcome back Rob!  Rob Ward re-joined Cannon Consulting Engineers as a Principal Consultant in the flood and water management team.


280 dwellings and 60 bed care home get go ahead at Eye, Mid Suffolk

On Wednesday 8th June, Mid Suffolk District Council resolved to grant permission for 280 dwellings and a 60 bed care home at Eye. CCE supported the scheme with advice on traffic, transport, drainage, flood risk and utilities. The project also required significant input into the production of a Development Brief led by Pegasus Planning Group. Both the application and Development Brief were heard at the committee meeting.

Over the course of a 18 months, the consultant team was involved in public consultation and a series of stakeholder meetings with the Planning & Highway Authorities, local people and the Town Council. The process enabled a thorough examination of the facts and shaped the design and access to the development to minimise impact at known pressure points on the local highway network. For more information please contact Rob Evans at the Newmarket Office.


1,150 permitted in January!

The year started with a bang, a number of good planning decisions came through including the long awaited Appeal decision at Cringleford, Norwich. Well done to all our clients and co-consultants who have shown considerable patience with the planning system!