Volterra investigates a potential new location for Everton FC

Volterra recently produced a report investigating the potential relocation of Everton FC to a new site at Walton Hall Park in North Liverpool. The study found that up to 1,250 permanent jobs, 1,000 new homes and 30,000 square metres of leisure, retail and restaurant space could be created by the proposed plan. Everton’s 50,000-seater stadium […]

Planning permission granted for Battersea Park East


Permission was granted at the end of 2014 for a mixed use development at Battersea Park East. The development will transform the area between Queenstown Road Station and Battersea Park Station. The development includes retail, leisure and residential facilities as well as the expansion of St Mary’s Roman Catholic School. Volterra was brought on board […]

HS2 Stoke Route in the news

Volterra’s work on the economic benefits of a HS2 Stoke route (first published in October) continues to make the headlines in anticipation of the Government’s final decision later this year on whether HS2 will change from a route via Crewe to one via Stoke. Our report concluded that an HS2 station in Stoke-on-Trent would result […]

Volterra Promotions and Opportunities

We’re delighted to announce some promotions within the Volterra team. Kieran Arter, who joined us last year following ten years’ experience working as a transport economist is now an Associate, whilst Lucy Dean who has worked with us since graduating from Oxford in 2013 has accepted a position as Senior Consultant. We’re also currently recruiting […]