Tony has joined the ICS Secretariat on secondment from Scottish Futures Trust, where he was Infrastructure Strategy Director. Tony is an MBA and has worked for 30 years in Infrastructure in both the public and private sectors, with a wide range of experience in infrastructure planning, economics, development and financing. At SFT he was responsible for its activity in the transport, regeneration and digital sectors as well as establishing the Low Carbon team. Before joining SFT he was a Director in the Infrastructure Finance team at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he advised on a range of major infrastructure projects in Scotland as well as the rest of the UK and overseas. Prior to that, Tony was Business Analyst with Dalkia plc focused on energy management and utilities services to both public and private sector clients and prior to that a Senior Consultant in the Transport Economics and Planning team at what is now Capita.
With a career in Economic Development spanning more than 25 years, Lynne has most recently been seconded to ICS from the Scottish Futures Trust where she was Associate Director within Economic Investment. With a formal education founded in economics, including a Masters in Local Economic Development from the University of Glasgow, Lynne has a breadth of experience in infrastructure development, employability, business interventions and related research. Most recently this has included understanding good practise investment prioritisation and tools to achieve inclusive growth ambitions. This experience has been gained within a number of sectors including the charitable/third sector, former Glasgow Regeneration Agencies, Local Government and the Scottish Futures Trust.
Jonathan Moore has joined the ICS Secretariat on secondment from the Scottish Government, where he was Head Construction Procurement & Commercial Policy. Although most of his career has been with the Government, covering a wide range of policy areas such as Environment, Transport, Local Government Finance & Education, Jonathan also has experience of working for a Scottish local authority and the European Commission. A chartered engineer and Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Jonathan holds a B.Sc. in civil engineering and LL.M in European & international law from the University of Edinburgh.