Head of South of England and Urban Policy, Logistics UK
Natalie is Head of South of England and Urban Policy for Logistics UK (the new name for FTA) - one of Britain’s largest business groups. It is the only organisation in the UK that represents all of logistics, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers whose businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods.
Her work includes developing and shaping transport policy to support Logistics UK’s 18,000 members; engaging with political and policy stakeholders; and representing the industry in the media.
She has a particular focus on efficient logistics in cities and is currently focused on the development of the proposed London Direct Vision Standard, the roll out of Clean Air Zones across the UK and reform of the London Lorry Control Scheme. Natalie is a keen advocate for enabling deliveries to be retimed out of peak hours and chaired TfL’s Retiming Deliveries Consortium. She also works closely with the business community to enhance and underpin Logistics UK’s campaigning and is Deputy Chair of the London Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s Transport Committee.
Natalie read Law at the University of the West of England in Bristol and graduated in 2003. She joined Logistics UK later the same year.