Lucinda Turner

Acting Director of Borough Planning

Transport for London

Lucinda is responsible for Land Use Planning applications referable to the Mayor, planning obligations including administering Mayoral CIL and managing delivery of s106 & s278 agreements.

Lucinda works on leading TfL’s input into planning policy development including the London Plan; Promoting role of transport projects in supporting housing and wider economic growth, developing/appraising transport policy to fulfil London’s economic development objectives;

leading on economic and socio-economic aspects in the consenting process of major projects and

developing/implementing innovative approaches to strategic and economic case making for transformative transport projects. Previously Lucinda was Head of Infrastructure for the CBI and Policy Manager for the Millennium Commission.


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